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summer noun

ADJ. last, next, this (coming) | early, late, mid-(also midsummer) | high Seville is scorching in high summer. | good, hot, scorching | dry, wet | Indian We had an Indian summer that year, very warm until October. (figurative) She seems to be enjoying an Indian summer of popularity.

SUMMER + NOUN temperature, weather | sun, sunlight, sunshine | rain/rains | breeze, gale, wind | sky | solstice | course, school | term There are two new courses being run in the summer term. | break, holiday, recess, vacation I went home for the summer holidays. | garden | flower | clothes, clothing, dress | collection, exhibition | Olympics, sports > Note at SEASON(for more collocates)