[ US /ˈsizənd/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːzənd/ ]
  1. aged or processed
    seasoned wood
  2. rendered competent through trial and experience
    a seasoned traveler
    a veteran officer
    veteran steadiness
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How To Use seasoned In A Sentence

  • Mrs King is being supported by her husband Simon, a police inspector with Wiltshire Constabulary, who is also a seasoned runner.
  • It was hard to believe that something so simple could be so tasty, a creamy potato flavour that was concentrated by long slow cooking in olive oil, seasoned with the sweet tang of long cooked onions all morticed with beaten eggs. At My Table
  • All due beasty inferences aside, the sudden departure of Hammond, a seasoned spokesperson who has good relations with the local media, is a blow to Smith's operation. George Fearing: 4th Congressional District deserves better representation
  • He is a seasoned and tough negotiator with extensive experience of securing UK objectives in Brussels. The Sun
  • Outsiders gradually brought influences like barbecue sauce and side dishes, but the core Texas values remain stubbornly intact at these old school joints: meat seasoned only with salt, pepper and smoke, and served without plates or utensils. You gonna eat that? Random musings on food and life in Orange County, California » Don’t mess with Texas
  • Light whisky is stored in seasoned charred oak casks, which impart little colour or flavour.
  • Seasoned with French sea salt, cold-pressed Swedish rapeseed oil and ground macadamia nuts, the cheese had a creaminess that seemed to sweeten its otherwise savory quality. Young Stars of Swedish Cuisine
  • As we dip thin slices of raw geoduck into seasoned soy, the clean, fresh sweetness of the clam seems to affirm these thoughts.
  • Though Cook was a seasoned campaigner known for beating the odds, he could not overcome a severe loss in public confidence at the end of a quarrelsome and often hostile primary campaign.
  • Even then, John was a seasoned veteran of local politics; for the last quarter century, he has championed the rights and the needs of the homeless and low-income tenants, the forgotten underclasses of a city that hates the poor.
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