winternoun

  • ja
  • enthe coldest season of the year, between autumn and spring

Examples

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Look, I know our winter thermostat setting is 72 degrees,
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but I'm a little warm, so I'm gonna turn it down.
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Good Lord, how you frustrate me, Leonard Hofstadter!
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How long must we *bleep* wait for 'Game of Thrones'?
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The TV show, my Lord?
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'Game of Thrones' is no mere TV show, Lord Black Thought.
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It's a way of life.
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A hallowed epic cruelly torn from our bosoms by a production hiatus most vile.
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Winter has come and gone.
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And then winter has come and gone again.
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And now 'tis spring, and one thing is clear.
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Shorts weather is coming.
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So Scarlet, this is your question about Chris.
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Chris just directed his first film, 'Before We Go.'
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It's about a family of geese flying south for the winter.
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What?
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- Yes, that's false. - That's false. That's false.
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We'll ride through the brutal Patagonian winter.
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Look at that snow.
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It's amazing how cold it is.
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We're gonna climb to the extreme heights of the Andes
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and experience the real risks of high altitude.
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I can't breathe.
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I'm definitely getting sick, Charley.
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Before witnessing the endangered jungles of Central America.
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- My favorite single part of the kitchen
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is the refrigerator.
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Because it has all the food,
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and it's so cold, just like winter.