nonseasonal

adjective

non·​sea·​son·​al ˌnän-ˈsēz-nəl How to pronounce nonseasonal (audio)
-ˈsē-zᵊn-əl
: 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 The positions are described as nonseasonal. Austin Fuller, orlandosentinel.com, 6 Oct. 2021 Kohl's has held a nonseasonal hiring event. Sarah Hauer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 23 June 2021 Everyday, nonseasonal candy sales also saw double-digit sales increases. Lauren Zumbach, chicagotribune.com, 28 Oct. 2021 But aside from holidays, eating is so nonseasonal here. Zoe Yang, Bon Appétit, 2 Feb. 2021 By and large, the symptoms of depression in SAD are the same as nonseasonal depression symptoms. Lauren Valenti, Vogue, 11 Nov. 2020 Amazon’s nonseasonal employee ranks include full-time and part-time positions. ... Sebastian Herrera, WSJ, 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, 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, 3 Apr. 2018

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Word History

First Known Use

1890, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of nonseasonal was in 1890

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“Nonseasonal.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/nonseasonal. Accessed 14 Apr. 2024.

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