Autumns [noun]

Definition of Autumns:

season between summer and winter

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Sentence/Example of Autumns:

Typically, winter precipitation starts to set in and cap fire seasons in the autumn.

Despite the pandemic that had driven most everyone from their usual routines and traditions, Midwesterners were getting pumped for chillier autumn weather.

Italy has hardly dodged the latest autumn wave of contagion hitting Europe, but it’s holding up better than neighboring countries.

The inclement weather may have kept the birds on the western front through the autumn in 1917 and 1918, close to both military and civilian populations, providing an excellent opportunity for the virus to cross between species and mutate.

Based on those findings, an action plan will be drawn up for the autumn.

The afternoon was a lovely one—the day was a perfect example of the mellowest mood of autumn.

The plant as a whole remains green until late in the autumn.

In a general way the fronds are best collected during the summer and autumn, when they will, of course, be well developed.

Through the beautiful, windy autumn days, he labored at his difficult task, the task of telling a story.

His departure in autumn had been so gradual, that it was difficult to say when night began to overcome the day.