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wintertime

[ win-ter-tahym ]

noun

  1. the season of winter.


wintertime

/ ˈwɪntəˌtaɪm /

noun

  1. the winter season Also (archaic)wintertide


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Word History and Origins

Origin of wintertime1

1350–1400; Middle English; replacing Middle English wintertide wintertide
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Example Sentences

In the wintertime, western swells typically deposit large amounts of sand to the east of the homes along Kammies, replenishing the long stretch of Sunset Beach.

In the summertime, we wear those big straw Smokey the Bear hats, and in the wintertime, they’re felt.

Norton said the wintertime activity can be done safely by permitting only children and adults accompanying children on the Capitol grounds.

We asked Hannah Singleton, a veteran hiking guide with Arizona-based Wildland Trekking, which leads guided hikes in many of our country’s national parks, for her favorite wintertime hikes in national parks.

Finally, if you think you’ll do a lot of wintertime outdoor entertaining, consider investing in a patio heater.

Beat the Blahs What causes this wintertime down-in-the-dumps attitude?

And in Copenhagen, BIG Architects are building a new incinerator that also doubles as a wintertime ski slope.

There are also three meditation classes to lead weekly, and lots of snow to shovel in the wintertime.

And honestly, sitting downwind of the dogs, I'd realized my theory of the odorless wintertime Arctic didn't always hold.

Regardless, there'll be plenty of quality fashion to covet come wintertime.

Then retire to bed, having the bed previously well warmed, if during the wintertime.

The sea was strong; now in the wintertime the surging of the billows against the cliffs was continually in his ear.

De Monts thought Tadoussac and Quebec too cold in wintertime, and preferred the sunnier east coast regions.

But for the ice in wintertime Quebec would be the great sea-port of eastern Canada.

The favourite drink of the Ojibw Indians in the wintertime was hot broth poured over a dishful of pure snow.

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