Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Plus, new daily infections have plateaued over the last two weeks, and are still up more than sixfold from the pre-delta summertime low. — Joe Walsh, Forbes, 11 Nov. 2021 But those species, with their sticky seed pods and summertime fluff, seem to have few fans anyway. — Marc Lester, Anchorage Daily News, 29 Oct. 2021 South Lake Tahoe, typically a haven for summertime revelry, was transformed into a ghost town in August as the Caldor fire lapped at its shores and darkened its famed sapphire waters. — Hayley Smith, Los Angeles Times, 27 Oct. 2021 And the board wanted the cameras up and rolling before the summertime hordes headed their way. — Washington Post, 22 Oct. 2021 At a casual glance, each pair resembles a classic cotton espadrille, minimally styled and timeless, the perfect summertime shoe. — Mark Ellwood, Robb Report, 20 Oct. 2021 Spoelstra said one of the benefits of the summertime gig was getting a chance to coach the Spurs’ Keldon Johnson. — Jeff Mcdonald, San Antonio Express-News, 9 Oct. 2021 The California approach to cuisine is present in the Palestinian menus at Lulu and Reem’s California; and in Nari’s menu, with dishes like Thai green curry chicken served alongside summertime Jimmy Nardello peppers. — Soleil Ho, San Francisco Chronicle, 7 Oct. 2021 Little blips and dips reflect seasonal oscillations that cause the lake, in a typical year, to vary about a foot between summertime high and wintertime low. — Dan Egan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 23 Aug. 2021 Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Dog intakes are up, which is common in the summer time, but there’s also been a number of dog cases surrendered to the county due to cruelty or substandard living conditions. — Joe Mario Pedersen,, 14 Sep. 2021 Its intention was to fill the arenas of the NBA teams in the summer time. — Andrew Zimbalist, Forbes, 9 Sep. 2021 This grass requires regular irrigation three or four times per week to stop it from going brown during the summer time. — oregonlive, 14 Aug. 2021 The summer time warp from her childhood in the 1960s and ’70s – when Phoenix had roughly a fifth of its current population and a lot less asphalt and concrete – set off her inner alarm bell. — Francine Kiefer, The Christian Science Monitor, 24 June 2021 In the summer time, more specifically, choose non-comedogenic formulations for face oils and support . — Bianca Salonga, Forbes, 19 June 2021 The summer time and early training camp will be figuring out the alignment that makes the most sense, consisting of some combination of Josh Lugg, Jarrett Patterson, Zeke Correll and the two prodigies. — Eric Hansen, The Indianapolis Star, 14 May 2021 This is not just for recreation, or only for the summer time. — Fred Weir, The Christian Science Monitor, 3 May 2021 It"s known as summer time in some countries, including the United Kingdom and in Europe. — Justin L. Mack, The Indianapolis Star, 12 Mar. 2021

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Noun (1)

14th century, in the meaning defined above

Noun (2)

1916, in the meaning defined above

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