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  1. taking up, extending through, or occurring continually during a year: an all-year activity.
  2. open all year, as for business or occupancy: an all-year resort.
  3. usable or productive during all parts of a year: all-year pasture; all-year fishing grounds.
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Historical Examples

  • Christian New York never had an all-year bath-house until now.

    The Battle with the Slum

    Jacob A. Riis.

  • On the other hand, it is difficult to explain the failure of the diarist to mention the Mokelumne, an all-year stream.

  • Now, without warning, he was driven to relegate himself to the lower levels of a sort of all-year Lenten penance.

    The Brentons

    Anna Chapin Ray