Definition of Hot weather
1. Noun. A period of unusually high temperatures.
Generic synonyms: Atmospheric Condition, Conditions, Weather, Weather Condition
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hot Weather
Literary usage of Hot weather
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pneumonia: Its Supposed Connection, Pathological and Etiological, with by René La Roche (1854)
"... and other parts of South- end, near Lewisham, in Hertfordshire, and elsewhere in England.3 Injurious effects of upturning the earth in hot weather. ..."
2. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by William Wilson Hunter (1886)
"The hot weather commences as the north-east monsoon fails (about February), ... The thermometer in the hot weather rises to 93° F. in the shade. ..."
3. A Rebel War Clerk's Diary at the Confederate States Capital by John Beauchamp Jones (1866)
"hot weather.—Our poor wounded coming in streams, in ambulances and on foot.—Hooker has lost the game.—Message from, the enemy.—They ask of Lee permission to ..."
4. A Journal of the Proceedings in Georgia, Beginning October 20, 1737: By by William Stephens (1906)
"The hot Weather began to come on apace, and Rain much wanted. Three of my Men at this Time lying ill. WEDNESDAY. ..."
5. The Care and Feeding of Children: A Catechism for the Use of Mothers and by Luther Emmett Holt (1917)
"hot weather What special modifications are required during very hot weather? During the warm season it is well to make the proportion of fat less than ..."