off-season

NOUN
  1. the season when travel is least active and rates are lowest
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How To Use off-season In A Sentence

  • We tend to go skiing during the off-season because it's cheaper.
  • Times become more flexible off-season, especially in the smaller provincial museums.
  • In fact, as my girlfriend and I stepped out of our deserted off-season hotel to start the second day of a fly-drive holiday we were blissfully ignorant of the drama close by.
  • He was at the helm for less than two years and only had one off-season to make trades and sign free agents.
  • Take advantage of our special off-season fares.
  • In this unthrifty off-season, ‘steal’ isn't the proper word to use, but the few reasonable deals stand out as bargains.
  • Many years ago I would holiday there off-season to hike through the heather. The Times Literary Supplement
  • When I played pro ball, I'd volunteer and coach in the off-season.
  • In an effort to increase revenue, Attanasio said he has looked many times into what it would cost to "winterize" Miller Park, making it more suitable to holding major events during the off-season. JSOnline.com
  • Times become more flexible off-season, especially in the smaller provincial museums.
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