belonging to or suggestive of autumn; produced or gathered in autumn:
autumnal colors.
past maturity or middle life.
Historical Examples

And, indeed, the rest of the city was most autumnally tame and uninteresting.
Wise Saws and Modern Instances, Volume II (of 2) Thomas Cooper

of, occurring in, or characteristic of autumn

1570s, from Latin autumnalis “pertaining to autumn,” from autumnus (see autumn).


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