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seasoned

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
seasonedsea‧soned /ˈsiːzənd/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 EXPERIENCED[only before noun] used to describe someone who has a lot of experience of a particular thingseasoned traveller/observer etc 🔊 Artie was by then a seasoned musician with six albums to his credit.2 DFseasoned food has salt, pepper etc added to it 🔊 a highly seasoned piece of fish3 seasoned wood has been prepared for use by drying
Examples from the Corpus
seasonedMen whose stern faces and seasoned appearance proclaimed their experience in war and hardship.As a seasoned business traveller I am constantly amazed at all the lost opportunities to build customer loyalty.The health of even the most seasoned campaigners suffered at this period.The seasoned fighter would be well aware of this and would take precautionary counter-measures.We need a seasoned manager to run this project.Being a seasoned traveller, he was fully prepared for the long delay at the airport.There used to be techniques for keeping your personal space personal; the sort of essential info that every seasoned traveller knows.It was Alvin's first time at the movies, but the other three of us were seasoned veterans by this time.seasoned traveller/observer etcThese were bright young theorists, not seasoned observers.He is a seasoned traveller as well as an agile ladder climber, often coming up to join us on the roof.Few seasoned observers believe the Grumman scheme has a chance.There used to be techniques for keeping your personal space personal; the sort of essential info that every seasoned traveller knows.highly seasonedBut the cakes are highly seasoned, tasting more of scallions, poblano peppers and cilantro than crab.
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