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on-season

[ on-see-zuhn, awn- ]
/ ˈɒnˈsi zən, ˈɔn- /
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adjective
being a time of year that is the busiest or most popular for a specific activity; in season: on-season airfares.
adverb
in or during the busiest season: to travel on-season.
noun
a time of year that is the busiest or most popular for a specific activity: We stayed at the resort in the on-season.
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Origin of on-season

By analogy with off-season
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