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- n. Summertime.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Summer time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Summer-time.
- Of or pertaining to summer-time.
The forest was dark, not a leaf was moving; there were none of the vague, fresh gleams of summertide.
Nevermore in summertide nor in the days of May bare he within his heart such lofty joy as now he gained, when hand in hand he walked with her whom he fain would call his love.
Soon after the expiry of this season of ‘Sprouting seeds’ follows summertide, and us plants in general then wither and the god of flowers resigns his throne, it is compulsory to feast him at some entertainment, previous to his departure.
Soon after the expiry of this season of 'Sprouting seeds' follows summertide, and us plants in general then wither and the god of flowers resigns his throne, it is compulsory to feast him at some entertainment, previous to his departure.
And there in the bronzing summertide he thanked the gods for his wife.
Such a summertide, so beautiful and so brief, was accorded to Oscar Wilde before the final desolation.
It was high summertide, and Abbot Hans 'garden was so full of flowers that the eyes were fairly dazzled by the blues, reds, and yellows, as one looked into it.
And now upon a glorious golden evening in that month of sunshine and summertide, we saw before us -- shining in a floating mist of reflected glory -- the spires and towers, the walls and gates of the great city of Rheims -- the goal of our journeyings -- the promised land of the Maid's visions and voices!
None enter that attic in the summertide save rats and mice, and though there may be many passing to and fro in the gun room, no sound from here can penetrate there; for we have tried times and again, when there has been none by to hear, if we can make each other hear sounds from either place.
At high summertide, the Gothic camp was pitched before Rome, and the siege anticipated for so many months had at length begun.