Adjective "seasoned" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈsiːznd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

(of food) having had salt, pepper, herbs, or spices added.
  1. 'I had a rocket salad with large shavings of parmesan and paper-thin slices of pear, seasoned with balsamic vinegar.'
  2. 'Next come bowls of seasoned rice, sautéed mushrooms and a baked sweet potato.'
  3. 'My main meal came with well seasoned roasted potatoes, nice firm courgettes in thick tomato sauce, and mildly spiced yam.'
  4. 'Add a little more of the bacon fat to the pan and add the meat which has been tossed in the seasoned flour.'
  5. 'Place a mound of caviar, seasoned with lemon and onion ju ice, on each and garnish with shrimps.'
  6. 'Seasoned with leeks, the mashed potatoes were chunky rather than pulverized.'
  7. 'Toss the chicken in the seasoned flour to coat it.'
(of wood) made suitable for use as timber by adjusting its moisture content.
  1. 'Well seasoned firewood is easier to start, produces more heat, and burns cleaner.'
Accustomed to particular conditions; experienced.
  1. 'This walk is a grade B walk suitable for seasoned walkers.'
  2. 'Only a seasoned actor whose every gesture conveys meaning can fill this much emptiness.'
  3. 'She will have a team of what they call seasoned campaign veterans, who are experts at rapid response.'
  4. 'The crew may not be able to operate at the pace you would expect from a more seasoned crew.'
  5. 'She is a seasoned pantomime performer having taken the principal role in over 20 productions.'
  6. 'The Clam was defeated only by seasoned veterans from Bellingham.'
  7. 'But something interesting seems to happen, they say, when seasoned skiers combine with newbies to form a team.'
  8. 'There are many tools used by seasoned options traders that can also be useful to trading spot FX.'
  9. 'Every seasoned industry watcher knows that further consolidation in the leasing industry is inevitable.'
  10. 'Even the seasoned investor is unable to do this.'

Definitions

1. one of the four periods of the year (spring, summer, autumn, and winter), beginning astronomically at an equinox or solstice, but geographically at different dates in different climates.

2. a period of the year characterized by particular conditions of weather, temperature, etc.: the rainy season.

3. a period of the year when something is best or available: the oyster season.

4. a period of the year marked by certain conditions, activities, etc.: baseball season.

5. a perio

More examples(as adjective)

"politicians can be seasoned."

"traders can be seasoned."

"observers can be seasoned."

"veterans can be seasoned."

"campaigners can be seasoned."

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Origin

(season)