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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUT-OF-SEASON

To produce crops in the arid or semi-arid regions, out-of-season moisture—heavy snows and rains—must be conserved.

I'm only surprised it wasn't a tangle of Cupids, an out-of-season Valentine, and maybe it will be yet.

Little Edward was revived by the out-of-season dainties thus miraculously provided for him, and soon became quite well again.

One of these new Americans recently gave a large feast in Washington with every out-of-season delicacy in profusion.

The only exceptions were known as 'out-of-season ships,' of which there were rarely over two yearly.

Because affirmatives bind not ad semper, and out-of-season duties become sins.

It is to the ordinary Boston what the empty, out-of-season London is to the rest of the busy metropolis.

And on the wings of the intruding, out-of-season wind came a train of ills.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.