season

[ see-zuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF season

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEASON

The city-pent, as we have intimated, must take this season largely on faith.

We should recollect also that the season of peace is best adapted to these preparations.

At this season of the year the vintagers are joyous and negligent.

It was hard to say at which season of the year Overton campus was most beautiful.

At this season they are not very fat, but we were easily pleased.

He can have a season ticket on the railway, and come down every night.

Colds caught at this season are The Companion to the Playhouse.

Season with the salt and pepper, heat thoroughly, and serve.

Pour in the heated liquid and season with the salt and pepper.

Season with salt, pepper, and the juice of the lemon or the vinegar.

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