I enjoy watching the seasons change every year.
These plants have a short growing season.
Deer season starts next week.
Monsoon season is coming soon.
This season's fashions are very feminine.
Pink is in style this season.
The theater company will be putting on plays by Shakespeare this season.
one of the shows in the network's season lineup Verb
You must season the firewood.
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Tax season officially starts today with the Internal Revenue Service accepting 2022 returns.—Leada Gore | Lgore@al.com, al, 23 Jan. 2023 The Sun Devils are looking to advance to the post-season for the first time since 2020.—Michelle Gardner, The Arizona Republic, 23 Jan. 2023 The Crusaders, who started the season 3-10, are 4-4 in Patriot League play.—Trevor Hass, BostonGlobe.com, 23 Jan. 2023 Kayvon Thibodeaux and Azeez Ojulari had assumed larger roles as the season progressed.—Chris Bumbaca, USA TODAY, 23 Jan. 2023 But Kafka’s season in New York is a different kind of experience, evidence that the young coordinator knows how to unlock the abilities of a quarterback who doesn’t have the otherworldly passing ability of Mahomes, the NFL’s best quarterback.—The Indianapolis Star, 23 Jan. 2023 For the season Pinion is averaging 3.3 points and 7.4 minutes in 16 games off the bench.—Bob Holt, Arkansas Online, 23 Jan. 2023 Mexico’s rainy season is from May through November, but expect bursts of showers instead of washouts.—Meena Thiruvengadam, Condé Nast Traveler, 23 Jan. 2023 So far, a down earnings season is meeting expectations.—Charley Grant, WSJ, 23 Jan. 2023
Fans are flipping out over the similarities between You season two star Victoria Pedretti, who plays the onscreen love interest (literally named Love) of Penn Badgley's Joe, and Hilary Duff.—Laura Lane, Peoplemag, 19 Dec. 2022 Night Country—to discuss collaborating with Coolidge, sourcing costumes in Sicily, what clothes reveal about the hotel guests and staff, and a sartorial nod to season one’s high strung White Lotus manager, Armond (Murray Bartlett).—Emma Fraser, Town & Country, 4 Dec. 2022 So will season 2 find Fox, Melissa George's Margot, Logan Polish's Dina, and Gabriel Bateman's Charlie just kicking back and barbecuing fish on some remote Mexican beach?—Ew Staff, EW.com, 23 Sep. 2022 The roast turkey recipe called for a single garlic clove to season a 12-pound bird, and no butter or oil; the result was dry and flavorless.—Cade Metz, New York Times, 4 Nov. 2022 Add the onion, season it with salt and fry, stirring occasionally and adding more fat if needed, until brown and crisp, about 8 minutes.—Washington Post, 30 Jan. 2022 Prior to Saturday night, Cunningham had only thrown five TDs all season in seven games.—Alexis Cubit, The Courier-Journal, 6 Nov. 2022 Kosher salt should be used to season vegetables, protein, pasta water, etc.—People Staff, Peoplemag, 24 Oct. 2022 Learning how to season a turkey with a dry brine and how long to cook a turkey will result in perfectly moist slices.—Kate Merker, Good Housekeeping, 13 Oct. 2022 See More
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Middle English sesoun, from Anglo-French seison natural season, appropriate time, from Latin sation-, satio action of sowing, from serere to sow — more at sow
Middle English sesounen, back-formation from sesounde flavored, from Anglo-French seisoné brought to a desired state, from seison