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Definition of "mid-autumn" [mid-autumn]

  • The middle of autumn. (noun)
  • Happening in the middle of autumn. (adjective)
  • In the middle of autumn. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "mid-autumn" in a sentence
  • "The vast majority of the biggest crowd ever hosted at this arena, albeit an attendance beaten by a solitary person, revelled in a victory that, even in the chill of mid-autumn, feels significant."
  • "A second person familiar with the Sany deal said the company, whose concrete pumps were used to build the Three Gorges Dam in China, will start begin its roadshows, or sale of shares to institutional investors, on Sept. 13, after the mid-autumn festival holiday in China."
  • "The seductive cat burglar of "Puss in Boots" stole the box office's top spot this weekend, though the spoils may have been limited by a World Series that stretched into Friday night and a mid-autumn snowstorm."
Words like "mid-autumn"
Mid-Autumn Festival