- a seasonal product, employee, etc.: to hire seasonals.
Origin of seasonal
Seasonal and seasonable are sometimes interchanged, probably because of their obvious connection with season. In edited prose and in formal speech these two adjectives are almost always distinguished. Seasonal describes phenomena that occur with or depend upon a season or the seasons: seasonal fluctuations in rainfall; seasonal sales. Seasonable in reference to weather means “suitable to or characteristic of the season”: a seasonable December; seasonable temperatures for July. Seasonable also has the sense “timely, opportune”: a seasonable offer of financial assistance.
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Examples from the Web for seasonally
Originally launched in Europe in 2009, the range will be seasonally inspired by runway trends.Valentino To Launch Major Exhibition in London; Stella McCartney's Speedo Troubles
The Daily Beast
August 2, 2012
A badge typically costs $5 to $7 per day or approximately $35 seasonally and is sometimes included in rental packages.Snooki Dictionary for Her Book, A Shore Thing
January 4, 2011
Recipe Chicken with Walnuts and Pomegranate is seasonally appropriate and insanely easy to make.
Because of the pomegranates, this dish is seasonally appropriate and insanely easy to make.
Overall rainfall is plentiful throughout the country, but most areas receive it seasonally.Area Handbook for Albania
Eugene K. Keefe
Seasonally, the largest average clutches are produced in the middle of the breeding season, that is, in June.
Zapus princeps is locally abundant, but its numbers seem to vary considerably from year to year as well as seasonally.
The population of Z. hudsonius may vary considerably from year to year as well as seasonally.
Similar results have been obtained with the seasonally dimorphic Pieris napi.The Making of Species
- of, relating to, or occurring at a certain season or certain seasons of the yearseasonal labour
Word Origin and History for seasonally
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