Definition of Seasonings

1. Noun. (plural of seasoning) ¹



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Definition of Seasonings

1. seasoning [n] - See also: seasoning

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seasonings

seasonal constellation
seasonal constellations
seasonal lake
seasonal lakes
seasonal unemployment
seasonalities
seasonality
seasonalization
seasonally
seasonals
seasoned
seasoned salt
seasoner
seasoners
seasoning
seasonings (current term)
seasonless
seasonlong
seasons
seaspace
seaspeak
seaspeaks
seaspray
seasprays
seastained
seastar
seastars
seastrand
seastrands
seasure

Literary usage of Seasonings

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"Wheat was called the "marrow of man" and "running, fatigue, hunger and thirst" were their seasonings. Cookery attained a high degree of development during ..."

2. Practical Sanitary and Economic Cooking Adapted to Persons of Moderate and by Mary Hinman Abel (1890)
"FLAVORS OR seasonings. Without doubt " hunger is the best sauce," but it is not true, as many think, that a craving for variety is the sign of a pampered ..."

3. Lectures on Life and Health, Or, The Laws and Means of Physical Culture by William Andrus Alcott (1853)
"So also, in some degree, with those who drink tea or coffee, or are addicted to a very free use of high seasonings in their food. Indeed, a few have gone so ..."

4. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"... Pan of Hot Water—Appearance of Meats—To Make Tough Meat Tender—When Salt Should be Added in Cooking Meat—Advantage of a Variety of seasonings—How to Dry ..."

5. A Practical Cook and Text Book for General Use: The Fat of the Land and how by Ellen Goodell Smith (1896)
"CONDIMENTS AND seasonings. From the remote day when the first salt crystal was applied, probably by accident, to animal food, and the partakers thereof ..."

6. Our Viands: Whence They Come and how They are Cooked, with a Bundle of Old by Anne Walbank Buckland (1893)
"... XIX SALADS AND seasonings HAVING now passed in review most of the vegetables commonly seen on an English dinner-table, it remains only to mention two or ..."

7. Our Viands: Whence They Come and how They are Cooked, with a Bundle of Old by Anne Walbank Buckland (1893)
"... XIX SALADS AND seasonings HAVING now passed in review most of the vegetables commonly seen on an English dinner-table, it remains only to mention two or ..."

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