nonseasonal

adjective
non·​sea·​son·​al | \ ˌnän-ˈsēz-nəl How to pronounce nonseasonal (audio) , -ˈsē-zᵊn-əl \

Definition of nonseasonal

: not seasonal: such as
a : not of, relating to, or varying in occurrence according to the season nonseasonal depression
b : not affected or caused by seasonal need or availability nonseasonal employees

Examples of nonseasonal in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Amazon’s nonseasonal employee ranks include full-time and part-time positions. ... Sebastian Herrera, WSJ, "Amazon to Keep Most of the Jobs It Added During Pandemic," 28 May 2020 The date range for calculating that average cost is different for seasonal businesses, nonseasonal businesses, and firms that opened in 2020. Lance Lambert, Fortune, "SBA small-business loans: 8 things to know about the Paycheck Protection Program," 31 Mar. 2020 Counting only nonseasonal, full-time, permanent employees — the core of the federal workforce — the government hired 109,000 from outside in fiscal 2017, about 6,000 above the average of the previous six years. Eric Yoder, Washington Post, "Q&A for federal workers: Annual hiring rates," 3 Apr. 2018 Movies in Menomonee Falls The Menomonee Falls Public Library will once again host a number of movie screenings this week both seasonal and nonseasonal. Geoff Bruce, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "3 things to do in the northwest suburbs this week," 17 Dec. 2017 Counting only full-time, nonseasonal, permanent positions, the veterans’ share of those newly hired is even higher at 42 percent. Eric Yoder, Washington Post, "Q&A for federal workers: Veterans preference in hiring," 19 Sep. 2017 The closure affected about 195 nonseasonal employees. The Washington Post, Orange County Register, "Nordstrom considers going private, stock soars," 8 June 2017

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First Known Use of nonseasonal

1890, in the meaning defined above

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“Nonseasonal.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/nonseasonal. Accessed 20 Sep. 2020.

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