Words nearby midyear
How to use midyear in a sentence
Last year’s fourth overall pick, Chennedy Carter, was as productive as any rookie on a per-game basis, with only a midyear injury costing her Rookie of the Year honors.
That letter, however, noted that the company would scrap midyear raises.Kroger is closing stores rather than giving workers an extra $4 in pandemic ‘hero pay’|Paulina Firozi|February 4, 2021|Washington Post
School officials will reevaluate the system’s learning plan at the “midyear point,” according to the FAQ.Fauquier County Public Schools returns majority of students to classrooms|Hannah Natanson|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
The school system also provided data showing how the current first-graders performed compared with their midyear literacy assessments in kindergarten just before schools shut down.
This year’s second-graders experienced a reduction of 15 percent points in the number of students meeting literacy goals, compared with when they took their midyear assessment as first-graders.
Every slave on the planet must be free before the opening of the next Midyear Feasts.
Just before the midyear examinations came a crisis in the growth of their friendship.Beatrice Leigh at College|Julia Augusta Schwartz
That means, he'll have to wait till the Midyear Feasts, when the Convocation assembles, and he can get his constitution enacted.
The Midyear Feasts approached; each time he returned to the city he found more excitement as preparations went on.
The students attended a ball given three weeks ago during the midyear recess.News Writing|M. Lyle Spencer
British Dictionary definitions for midyear
- the middle of the year
- (as modifier)a midyear examination