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Adjective
Experienced, especially in terms of a profession or a hobby
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“They are seasoned, hardened competitors who usually leave rivals licking their wounds.”
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Hardened or desensitized, such as to strain or hardship
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Having a rigid shell
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Able to withstand difficult conditions
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Experienced or shrewd, especially excessively or prematurely so
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Flavored with or fragrant with spice(s)
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Familiar with and at ease in many different countries and cultures
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(of produce) Deliciously juicy and tender from having been ripened
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Of, or concerned with, the actual doing or use of something, rather than with theory and ideas
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Having all its feathers
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Showing resolute determination and strength of character
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Insensitive to criticism or insults
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Done regularly and repeatedly
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Past tense for to give or add flavor to by seasoning
Season your dish with the finest herbs and spices and let the aroma of ​Italian cooking excite you.”
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Past tense for to mature, becoming fit for use
“Wood begins to season as soon as it is exposed.”
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Past tense for to train or provide experience to someone in a given role or job
“Phil's one of those people newsrooms used to have in abundance. He's the veteran ballclubs keep on the team to season the rookies.”
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Past tense for to be, or cause to be, acclimatized or used to something
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“Autumn, giving the settler time to season himself to the climate, to build his cot, clear his land, plow his fields, plant and sow, is by far the best time to arrive in the land.”
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Past tense for to toughen up, or to make stronger or more resistant (physically or mentally)
“He worked his men hard all week, taking advantage of every available practice time to season them for the grind which they expect tonight.”
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Past tense for to add a quality or feature, especially enliven or make more exciting
“These ancient Latin writers would tend to season their works with incisive and weighty phrases.”
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Past tense for to give an appearance of age to, especially a new object
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Past tense for to impart information or knowledge
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Past tense for to steep or soak something in a marinade to flavor or prepare it for cooking
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Past tense for moisten during cooking
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Past tense for to come safely through a precarious situation
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Past tense for to save from decay by the use of some preservative substance, such as sugar or salt
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