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(ˈwɪn tər li)

1. of, pertaining to, or occurring in winter; hibernal.
2. characteristic of winter; wintry.
[before 1000]


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Simon Day's lighting was particularly effective in the shadowy and winterly Act III.
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Desperate at the thought of losing the image of an oak tree in winter, Monet hired workers to peel the young green foliage off the oak day after day, so as to keep it winterly at any cost, naked, dead, painterly alive.