Synonyms and Antonyms of season
1 to make more pleasant to the taste by adding something intensely flavored the chef seasoned the vegetables as soon as they came out of the oven Synonyms flavor, lace, savor (also savour), spice Related Words enhance, enrich, sauce; pepper, salt; aromatize, perfume
2 to bring to a proper or desired state of fitness carefully seasoned the cast iron pan with vegetable oil before using it for the first time Synonyms condition, trainRelated Words fit, habilitate, prepare, ready; acclimate, acclimatize, accommodate, adapt, adjust, break in, orient, orientate, shape; accustom, familiarize, habituate, naturalize; fortify, harden, inure, condition, shape up, steel, strengthen, toughenAntonyms decondition
3 to make able to withstand physical hardship, strain, or exposure troops that had been seasoned by months of heavy fighting Synonyms fortify, indurate, inure, harden, steel, strengthen, toughenRelated Words acclimate, acclimatize, adapt, adjust; anneal, temper; invigorate, vitalize; immunize; bolster, boost, brace, buttress, enforce, forearm, prop (up), reinforce (also reenforce), support; break in, limber (up), train; accustom, condition, habituate, naturalizeNear Antonyms emasculate, enervate, enfeeble, exhaust, sap, weaken; cripple, debilitate, hamstring, incapacitate; sensitizeAntonyms soften
4 to make competent (as by training, skill, or ability) for a particular office or function her campaign manager has been seasoned by several hotly contested gubernatorial campaigns Synonyms equip, fit, prepare, ready, qualify, trainRelated Words accustom, adapt, adjust, condition, groom, habituate, shape, tailor; authorize, entitle; empower, enable; educate, indoctrinate, instruct, school, teach, tutor
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