winterly

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Etymology[edit]

winter +‎ -ly

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winterly (comparative more winterly, superlative most winterly)

  1. Of or relating to winter.
  2. Happening in winter.
    • Ernest Bramah, The Knight’s Cross Signal Problem
      One winterly day, about the year when you and I were concerned in being born, the engine-driver of a Scotch express received the ‘clear’ from a signal near a little Huntingdon station called Abbots Ripton. He went on and crashed into a goods train and into the thick of the smash a down express mowed its way.
  3. Of weather, etc, characteristic of winter.

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