- n. Plural form of January.
“The Januaries" is a great name for the winter blahs.”
“Following the hottest decade on record, we are now in the hottest winter in the satellite record, and this past January was one of the hottest Januaries on record for the planet.”
“A few Januaries ago, I spent a buck or so on a full-color Scooby Doo wall calendar for a colleague who at the time specialized in prosecution of intellectual property crimes.”
“A. 9C increase in average global temps does NOT translate to balmy Januaries.”
“My birthday is January 1 so I know how your Januaries are very well.”
“With a sigh, she said she was suffering a case of the Januaries.”
“And since, fortunately, I am not suffering a case of the Januaries (though check back with me in February when I usually start shaking my fist at a mocking sun that gives off more light but still refuses to emit any heat), I decided it would be nice to bake my grandmother some bread.”
“And may it help your case of the Januaries go away!”
“Your Grandma's bread looks like something I was going to bake up myself to help cure my own Januaries.”
“I've been feeling not quite myself, and it wasn't until I read this post that I realized that I'm suffering from the Januaries!”
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