Definition of "summery" [sum•mer•y]

  • Of, intended for, or suggesting summer. (adjective)

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Use "summery" in a sentence
  • "The back flap summery is enough because anyone with basic knowledge of a tastless teenage romance could connect the dots of the story."
  • "One more to go (and she wants something "summery" - in beach/southwest type colours - the colours I think I have a fairly good idea of, but no idea what I'll do for the block yet; probably not this star, though) and I can tick August off the list."
  • "His summery was the police force was totally inadequate to meet the security challenges of modern India."