adjective(well seasoned when postpositive)
  1. (of food) flavoured pleasantly or generously with herbs, salt, pepper, or spices

  2. (of timber) prepared and dried skilfully or thoroughly

  1. (of a person) matured or experienced

Words Nearby well-seasoned

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How to use well-seasoned in a sentence

  • The salad should be dressed and well seasoned but not soggy.

    Divine Apple Dishes | Anne Burrell | January 6, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Though not ideal, well-seasoned ingredients and a good pressing will go a long way to making a great Cuban.

    How Havana Perfected the Sandwich | Ana Sofia Pelaez | September 8, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • The above switch may be constructed as follows: First, procure a piece of well-seasoned hard wood, say maple, 1/2 in.

  • The wood for the master's violin must be well seasoned—it would take a long time—the longer, the better.

    The White Shield | Myrtle Reed
  • The wood being by this time pretty well seasoned, began to burn more freely.

    Wild Western Scenes | John Beauchamp Jones