Season synonyms

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To adjust to a new environment; not necessarily a wild, natural, earthy one.
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To discern or recognize flavors by the sense of taste; have the sense of taste
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Each of the divisions into which a school day is split, allocated to a given subject or activity. [from 19th c.]
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(Uncountable, with possessive) A person's youth or young adulthood, as opposed to the present day.
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(Intransitive) To become tough.
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To carry on; persist in:
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To keep from yielding to, being affected by, or enjoying
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A word or phrase, especially one from a specialised area of knowledge.
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To make callous
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To make hard; harden:
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To make things or oneself ready:
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A specific length of time characterized by the occurrence of certain conditions or events
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(Law) A concept whereby a common group of debtors are only responsible for their proportionate sum of the total debt.
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The definition of a spring is a coil that goes to its original shape after being compressed.
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Span is the amount of area or the amount of time that something encompasses.
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To adapt oneself, especially to environmental or climatic changes.
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To harden the surface or case of (iron or steel) by high-temperature shallow infusion of carbon followed by quenching.
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Presenting favorable circumstances or showing signs of a favorable outcome; propitious:
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Of or pertaining to convenience; simple; easy; expedient.
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(Obsolete) Speedy; expeditious.
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To habituate to something undesirable, especially by prolonged subjection; accustom:
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To evolve toward or reach full development:
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To acquire polish or elegance.
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To cause to mature; to make ripe; as, the warm days ripened the corn.
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A specific length of time characterized by the occurrence of certain conditions or events
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(Wrestling) The act of holding an opponent down so that both shoulders touch the mat for a specified time period; pin
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The warmest season of the year: in the North Temperate Zone, generally regarded as including the months of June, July, and August: in the astronomical year, that period between the summer solstice and the autumnal equinox
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The season extending from the winter solstice to the vernal equinox.
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(Baseball) A series of movements in which a pitcher, standing with the glove side facing home plate, raises both hands to the height of the head and then lowers them to the chest or waist for a short pause before pitching the ball. It is used especially when runners are on base because it gives base runners less time to steal than they have during a full windup.
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The periodic state of sexual excitement in the female of most mammals, excluding humans, that immediately precedes ovulation and during which the female is most receptive to mating; heat.
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(Uncountable, slang) The police.
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The periodic sexual excitement, or heat, of certain mammals: applied esp. to males, often specif. to those male ruminants in which it occurs once a year
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American standard spelling of flavour.
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Either of two divisions, male and female, into which most sexually reproducing organisms are grouped. Sex is usually determined by anatomy, the makeup of the sex chromosomes, and the type and amount of hormones produced. When the sex of an organism is determined by the sex chromosomes, males and females are generally produced in equal numbers. In other organisms, such as bees and wasps, in which females develop from fertilized eggs and males develop from unfertilized eggs, distribution of the sexes is unequal.
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To pronounce (a syllable, word, or phrase) with special stress
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To undermine or reduce the strength, morale, or resistance of.
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To add zest or interest to:
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To mix clay, plaster or mortar with water to obtain the proper consistency.
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Train means to guide, coach or instruct.
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flavor food
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One of four natural divisions of the year—spring, summer, autumn, and winter—in temperate zones. Each season has its own characteristic weather and lasts approximately three months. The change in the seasons is brought about by the shift in the angle at which the Sun's rays strike the Earth. This angle changes as the Earth orbits in its yearly cycle around the Sun due to the tilt of the Earth's axis. For example, when the northern or southern hemisphere of the Earth is at an angle predominantly facing the Sun and has more daylight hours of direct, overhead sunlight than nighttime hours, it is in its summer season; the opposite hemisphere is in then opposite condition and is in its winter season.
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A particular period in the year.
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To mollify is to pacify someone or to make something less severe.
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To add flavouring to something.
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Right for the purpose; fitting in regard to circumstances
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The definition of propitious is someone that is helpful or generous.
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Typical of or suitable for the season or the time of year:
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Happening, done, said, etc. at a suitable time; well-timed; opportune
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Any period of maturity or of beginning decline
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To make familiar by use; to cause to accept; to habituate, familiarize, or inure; -- with to.
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To become dry:
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To accustom by frequent repetition or prolonged exposure.
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