Definition of Seasoners

1. Noun. (plural of seasoner) ¹



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Definition of Seasoners

1. seasoner [n] - See also: seasoner

Lexicographical Neighbors of Seasoners

seasonal adjustment
seasonal affective disorder
seasonal constellation
seasonal constellations
seasonal lake
seasonal lakes
seasonal unemployment
seasonalities
seasonality
seasonalization
seasonally
seasonals
seasoned
seasoned salt
seasoner
seasoners
seasoning
seasonings
seasonless
seasonlong
seasons
seaspace
seaspeak
seaspeaks
seaspray
seasprays
seastained
seastar
seastars
seastrand

Literary usage of Seasoners

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1856)
"Parsley, celen-, thyme, sage, onions, garlic, and other seasoners, should not be put into soups or stews until the soup is nearly done ..."

2. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"Finally, try all his desires, his actions are the seasoners of his speeches, as his profession is of his actions. ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1814)
"Pull f.ur thor as one of the most inconclusive thousand years bad elapsed from thà seasoners that ever put pen to Ps.Pet. Creation, crc the Messiah was even ..."

4. Foras Feasa Ar Eirinn Do Réir an Athar Seathrun Céiting, Ollamh Ré by Geoffrey Keating, Michael Doheny (1857)
"... but he acted like that man amongst the seasoners of the salad, who threw all sorts of herbs into it promiscuously without choice or selection. ..."

5. The Chemistry of Common Life by James Finlay Weir Johnston, Arthur Herbert Church (1891)
"Over tho whole of the latter region—from the shores of the Mediterranean to tho sources of the Nile—garlic and the onion are most esteemed seasoners ..."

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