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From Middle English somery; equivalent to summer +‎ -y. Compare Swedish somrig (summery).

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summery (comparative summerier, superlative summeriest)

  1. Relating to the summer.
    She wore a light summery dress.
  2. Of weather, typical of summer.

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  1. Misspelling of summary.
    • 1970, Morris Kominsky, chapter VII, in The Hoaxers: Plain Liars, Fancy Liars, and Damned Liars[1], volume I, Boston: Branden Press, Inc., 8283-1288-5, page 451:
      We are reasonably certain that every reader will understand the danger and downright immorality of using quotation marks in a careless or flippant manner, that only a person’s actual words may be placed in quotation marks, and that a summery or paraphrase must be so labeled or identified.

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