Definition of Summertimes

1. Noun. (plural of summertime) ¹



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Definition of Summertimes

1. summertime [n] - See also: summertime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Summertimes

summerly
summers
summersault
summersaulted
summersaulting
summersaults
summerset
summersets
summersetted
summersetting
summersweet
summersweets
summertide
summertides
summertime
summertimes (current term)
summerwear
summerwood
summerwoods
summery
summing
summing up
summings
summist
summists
summit
summit meeting
summital
summited
summiteer

Literary usage of Summertimes

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1. The Century (1902)
"... round underfoot summertimes; but the thing on 't is, our womenfolks makes out to git a little spendin'-money outen 'em, ..."

2. Valentine's Manual of Old New York by New York (N.Y.). Common Council (1922)
"Seventh Avenue was musical, summertimes, with the cry of the hot-corn man, and the Pullman whisk-broom artist or the race-horse rubber might often have been ..."

3. Margaret Ethel Macdonald by James Ramsay MacDonald, Ramsay MacDonald (1913)
"In the diaries her mental and spiritual development is shown most clearly, not in reflections upon life, but in her joy of living in those summertimes spent ..."

4. Gray Days and Gold in England and Scotland by William Winter (1896)
"And often in the long, sweet gloaming of the summertimes to come the rower on the limpid Avon, that murmurs by the ancient town of Shakespeare, ..."

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