View definitions for seasoned
adjective as in experienced
Typically election season really heats up after Labor Day, but things are already getting hot thanks to a strange new battle over the Union-Tribune’s endorsements, and the continued debate over voting by mail.
The Astros powered through a rough 23-37 stretch early in the season, returned to the postseason and even made the World Series.
The NBA has been back officially for almost a week now, giving us just enough time to make some observations as clubs make their end-of-season pushes before the playoffs begin.
It’s unclear if that means that Bill Belichick is up to something, but it is certain that we are going to think about these seasons differently because of all the talent that’s missing.
Of course, a lot more can go wrong in a season like this than even in a normal year.
Remove some shallots from the buttermilk and dredge in the seasoned flour mixture.
I wonder if the seasoned salesman can spot the billionaires on sight.
Gone are the wild-eyed revolutionaries in Donetsk and Luhansk, replaced by steely-eyed bureaucrats and seasoned combat veterans.
This two-person play is a showcase for seasoned actors, starting with Brian Dennehy and Mia Farrow.
“We were very much on the same page in a sense,” the seasoned filmmaker tells The Daily Beast.
It is so subtle a perception that even seasoned historians seldom have the power of imparting it.
The seasoned chestnut worked hard, and we were half a day about our task.
I sewed the short seams at the sides, and split the pegs from a section of seasoned maple.
She saw tough, seasoned old Landy Spencer furtively reach down and pat the little man on the back.
We all live in the open and we're mostly seasoned American stock who won't be driven like a lot of foreign cattle.
On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to seasoned, such as: accomplished, competent, hardened, knowledgeable, qualified, and skillful.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.