Etymology
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seasonable (adj.)

"suitable as to the time or season of the year," c. 1300, sesounable, originally of weather, "favorable," from Old French saisonable, Anglo-French seisonnable, from seison, saison (see season (n.)). From early 15c. as "occurring at the right season, opportune." Related: Seasonably; seasonableness.

updated on March 17, 2022

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Definitions of seasonable from WordNet

seasonable (adj.)
done or happening at the appropriate or proper time;
a seasonable time for discussion
Synonyms: timely / well-timed / well timed
seasonable (adj.)
in keeping with the season;
a hard but seasonable frost
seasonable clothes
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