from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, intended for, or suggesting summer.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Relating to the summer.
- adj. Of weather, typical of summer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to summer; like summer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to summer; like summer; summer-like.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. belonging to or characteristic of or occurring in summer
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The back flap summery is enough because anyone with basic knowledge of a tastless teenage romance could connect the dots of the story.
One more to go (and she wants something "summery" - in beach/southwest type colours - the colours I think I have a fairly good idea of, but no idea what I'll do for the block yet; probably not this star, though) and I can tick August off the list.
His summery was the police force was totally inadequate to meet the security challenges of modern India.
"'Tain't exactly what you'd call summery just now," I says.
Airing on Sunday, Nov. 23, ` ` 24: Redemption '' was partly shot during a windy, chilly winter in South Africa (aka the summery and warm fictional nation of Sangala) and partly in sunny Los Angeles (aka Washington, D.C., in January).
It acquired a kind of summery power after what I'd seen: The missing acknowledgement of evil by the three monkeys, the frog the snow turned into a victim, the infantilizing principle of the giant Mom, the feline predator on trial, Moby Dick retold in bronze, eyes whiter and colder with traces of demonic righteousness overturned remember those interpreters than the sculptor intended.
And all kinds of good "summery" food and drink were probably served.
Pleased to hear that the real world has a certain kind of summery pull, but it's always lovely to fnd one of your new posts in my reader.
I'd never thought I would come across a "summery" Montale, much less enjoy it, but we live and learn.
I don't really need area rugs, although I like the look and extra plushness and warmth of a rug on top of a rug in the winter (they are taken up during the summer months when all curtains and accessories in the house are swapped out for more "summery" fare) and they also help protect my nearly 20 year old(!) carpeting from wear and tear.