English version

summery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
summerysum‧mer‧y /ˈsʌməri/ adjective  TMCsuitable for or reminding you of the summer a light summery dress a summery breeze
Examples from the Corpus
summeryPerhaps it was a favourite spot with picnickers, though the weather was hardly summery.Soft pinks and browns are the summery eyeshadow shades that suit every woman, regardless of colouring.The sitting room, at the front of the house, has a more summery feel.They gave the place a summery look, an ironic note considering the winter that cloaked them both.Inspired, she reaches for a Williams Sonoma cookbook in search of ideas for more summery outdoor meals.Plain straw hat, about £10, Sandra Philips Simple, summery, swinging.It is hard to imagine it ever turning quite summery up here.
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