autumn

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  • The leaves often turn bright gold to yellow before they fall during autumn.
  • The community garden is open from early spring until mid-autumn.
  • And with this the most important part of the autumn's work came to an end. Cited from The South Pole, Vols 1 and 2, Roald Amundsen
  • During spring and autumn, the school day would be followed by several hours of work in the fields.
  • Now they only sing in the spring -- and autumn's not far off. Cited from The Road to Damascus, by August Strindberg
  • He soon felt well again, and the family returned to Manchester in the autumn.
  • The first is due in the spring, with subsequent albums released in the summer and autumn/winter.
  • Sea surface temperatures are warm all year long, reaching above in summer and autumn.
  • Snow is heavy in late autumn, winter, and early spring and remains on the ground for the entire winter.
  • The autumn's work had already been well done. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 13, No. 75, January, 1864, by Various
  • Later that autumn, Phillips announced that due to health problems he could no longer tour.
  • A third influence that is present during the late autumn is the southwest wind off the Pacific.
  • Autumn (October) is the best time of year in term of weather.
  • In the autumn Sir Alexander and other members of the family were arrested.
  • This is a southern wind blowing from one to four days in spring and autumn.
  • They grow very quickly and will have moulted twice before the end of autumn.
  • Cut off in the autumn the branches can be a valuable winter supply for domestic animals.
  • The red, pink or white tube-like flowers appear from late autumn to early spring.
  • They were also the fourth Olympic Games to be held in autumn.
  • Competitions are typically long distance races of or more which are usually held in autumn and winter.
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Synonyms of autumn