- n. A female given name of modern usage, from the name of the season.
“Do you know, I think Quartet in Autumn is the only Pym I haven’t read (and I do possess a copy).”
“Autumn is the season for country auctions, and in the upper Piedmont, that means a trip to Tillett's Auction Barn on Belmont Ridge Road, just north of Mount Hope Church.”
“Autumn is a particularly popular time for farm tourism.”
“Autumn is not my season, but if it must come, it should be embraced.”
“Autumn is always the season of dying, just as winter is the season of death before the rebirth of spring.”
“Autumn is also the traditional time for installing lighting in the garden.”
“But for the nonce, just let me say: Autumn is here, and I am happy.”
“The Junior Isa, which extends the individual savings account (Isa) to children, is expected to be introduced in Autumn 2011, said financial secretary to the Treasury, Mark Hoban.”
“But the band soldiered on, distributing Spells themselves (before being picked up by local indie label Autumn Tone) and touring heavily, finishing with a triumphant Spaceland residency in November.”
“Autumn is probably my favourite season in Japan, but sadly that was not one of the questions posed in this survey from MyVoice, their second look at the taste of Autumn.”
Looking for tweets for Autumn.