Thesaurus / seasons
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He adds that an intelligent Indian once suggested that this was a figurative representation of the revolution of the seasons.

I know I saved my own life several times by watching "Fritz's" times and seasons.

And to fruit any sort oftener than two seasons is not considered very profitable.

Heartwood does undergo changes, but they are gradual and almost entirely independent of the seasons.

Sampler verses had their times and seasons, and ran through families.

There are as varied entertainments for such parties as for those at other seasons.

Bright Ideas for EntertainingMrs. Herbert B. Linscott

They have greens and vegetables at all times and seasons of the year.

Twelve Years a SlaveSolomon Northup

This grain is sown three times a year, since the fertility of the soil corresponds to the evenness of the seasons.

De Orbe Novo, Volume 1 (of 2)Trans. by Francis Augustus MacNutt

Some very ancient Greek songs of which mention is made may Songs of the seasons.

He conversed grimly and with authority on the places and seasons for the proper digging of graves.


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