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Seasonings

ˈsiːz(ə)nɪŋ

Meanings of Seasonings:

noun

Salt, herbs, or spices added to food to enhance the flavour.

Usage examples:

A dash of lemon juice and seasoning

Seasons

ˈsiːz(ə)n

Meanings of Seasons:

noun

Each of the four divisions of the year (spring, summer, autumn, and winter) marked by particular weather patterns and daylight hours, resulting from the earth's changing position with regard to the sun.

Usage examples:

Now most places in the world you have four seasons; winter, spring, summer, fall but not so in barb…
verb

Add salt, herbs, pepper, or other spices to (food).

Usage examples:

Season the soup to taste with salt and pepper

Meanings of Seastar:

noun

A starfish.

Seat

siːt

Meanings of Seat:

noun

A thing made or used for sitting on, such as a chair or stool.

Usage examples:

I sat down in the white chair while dr. clark took a seat on a stool that sat to my left.
verb

Arrange for (someone) to sit somewhere.

Usage examples:

Owen seated his guests in the draughty baronial hall
suffix

With enough seats for the particular number of people

Usage examples:

A 2,000-seat theatre

Meanings of Seat-oneself:

noun

A piece of furniture or other place for someone to sit

Usage examples:

She left her jacket on the back of her seat., i got a seat on the flight to new york., please take …

Meanings of Seatbelt:

noun

A belt used to secure someone in the seat of a motor vehicle or aircraft.

Seated

siːt

Meanings of Seated:

verb

Arrange for (someone) to sit somewhere.

Usage examples:

Owen seated his guests in the draughty baronial hall
adjective

Sitting down.

Usage examples:

A dummy in a seated position

Meanings of Seater:

Denoting a vehicle, sofa, or building with a specified number of seats.

Usage examples:

A six-seater
suffix

With enough seats for the particular number of people

Usage examples:

A 50,000-seater stadium

Meanings of Seating:

noun

The seats with which a building or room is provided.

Usage examples:

The restaurant has seating for 80
verb

Arrange for (someone) to sit somewhere.

Usage examples:

Owen seated his guests in the draughty baronial hall

Seats

siːt

Meanings of Seats:

noun

A thing made or used for sitting on, such as a chair or stool.

Usage examples:

I sat down in the white chair while dr. clark took a seat on a stool that sat to my left.
verb

Arrange for (someone) to sit somewhere.

Usage examples:

Owen seated his guests in the draughty baronial hall

Meanings of Seattle:

proper noun

A port and industrial city in the state of washington, on the eastern shores of puget sound; population 598,541 (est. 2008). first settled in 1852, it is now the largest city in the north-western us.

Meanings of Seawall:

noun

A wall or embankment erected to prevent the sea encroaching on or eroding an area of land.

Meanings of Seawalls:

noun

A wall or embankment erected to prevent the sea encroaching on or eroding an area of land.

Meanings of Seawards:

adverb

Towards the sea.

Usage examples:

After about a mile they turned seaward
adjective

Going or pointing towards the sea.

Usage examples:

There was a seaward movement of water on the bottom
noun

The side that faces or is nearer to the sea.

Usage examples:

Breakwaters were extended further to seaward

Meanings of Seawater:

noun

Water in or taken from the sea.

Usage examples:

A seawater swimming pool

Meanings of Seawaters:

noun

Water in or taken from the sea.

Usage examples:

In many areas fresh water supplies are polluted by seawater

Meanings of Seaway:

noun

An inland waterway capable of accommodating seagoing ships.

Usage examples:

After 1903 and improvements to the st. lawrence waterway, larger ships or ‘canalers’ could navigate…

Seaways

ˈsiːweɪ

Meanings of Seaways:

noun

An inland waterway capable of accommodating seagoing ships.

Usage examples:

After 1903 and improvements to the st. lawrence waterway, larger ships or ‘canalers’ could navigate…

Seaweed

ˈsiː.wiːd

Meanings of Seaweed:

noun

Large algae growing in the sea or on rocks below the high-water mark.

Usage examples:

Seaweed glistened on the rocks

Seaweeds

ˈsiːwiːd

Meanings of Seaweeds:

noun

Large algae growing in the sea or on rocks below the high-water mark.

Usage examples:

Seaweed glistened on the rocks

Meanings of Seaworthiness:

noun

The fact that a ship is in a good enough condition to travel safely on the sea

Usage examples:

The bill sets tougher construction standards for fishing boats to improve seaworthiness.

Sebaceous

sɪˈbeɪ.ʃəs ˌɡlænd

Meanings of Sebaceous:

adjective

Relating to oil or fat.

Usage examples:

The mass was excised and was characterized histologically as another proliferative cystic sebaceous…
noun

A very small organ in the skin that produces sebum

Meanings of Seborrhea:

noun

Excessive discharge of sebum from the sebaceous glands.

Usage examples:

Symptoms associated with riboflavin deficiency include, glossitis, seborrhea, angular stomatitis, c…

Seborrhoea

ˌsɛbəˈriːə

Meanings of Seborrhoea:

noun

Excessive discharge of sebum from the sebaceous glands.

Usage examples:

Symptoms associated with riboflavin deficiency include, glossitis, seborrhea, angular stomatitis, c…

Meanings of Sebum:

noun

An oily secretion of the sebaceous glands.

Usage examples:

Testosterone causes excessive sebum to be secreted from the skin's sebaceous glands.

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