- n. A female given name of modern usage, for a girl born in summer.
“Summer is shorthand for the much feared Hurricane season for which a record 15 to 18 named storms has been forecasted.”
“Hope you got the gift; post office in Summer is sometimes hit and miss lately.”
“Meanwhile, policing Ruralshire in the Summer is as tough as ever; it is so hard working with a black box over your head all the time.”
“He gave us to taste what he called the Summer Sweeting, a pleasant apple which he raised, and frequently grafted from, but had never seen growing elsewhere, except once, -- three trees on Newfoundland, or at the Bay of”
“He gave us to taste what he called the Summer Sweeting,”
“The Defendants 'justification for the copying of "Summer" is the necessity of evoking Henley.”
“Summer and the one on the South side Winter; and to that one which they call Summer they do reverence and make offerings, while to the other which is called Winter they do the opposite of these things. (a) This king, they said, got great wealth of silver, which none of the kings born after him could surpass or even come near to; and wishing to store his wealth in safety he caused to be built a chamber of stone, one of the walls whereof was towards the outside of his palace: and the builder of this, having a design against it, contrived as follows, that is, he disposed one of the stones in such a manner that it could be taken out easily from the wall either by two men or even by one.”
“Summer is officially here and it's been kicked off with the newest and latest of Resort 2010!”
“Before A Shadow in Summer, I'd written three trunk novels.”
“Also, the new sci fi/fantasy series Warehouse 13, about government agents assigned to a warehouse containing mysterious and powerful artifacts, will bow in Summer as well.”
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