View synonyms for summerlike


[ suhm-er-lahyk ]


  1. like or characteristic of summer; summery:

    a spell of summerlike showers.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of summerlike1

First recorded in 1520–30; summer 1 + -like

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Example Sentences

Low temperatures are much more summerlike, bottoming out by dawn in the mid-60s to around 70 degrees.

Another challenging fire season underway earlyAn active fire season is already underway in California, as drought and warm conditions have led to summerlike flammability in May.

She had changed her dress for one as summerlike as the other, but still finer and more elaborate.

Yet here I was sitting out in a warm, summerlike day in my shirt sleeves, waiting comfortably—and the ducks were coming in, too!

The day had been clear and warm, one of the first summerlike days of spring.

The evening was calm, and for the season mild and summerlike.

He laughed and added, "It is pretty summerlike," as if he had not thought of it before.


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