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- n. The state or quality of being seasonable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Seasonable character or quality; the quality of fitting the time or the circumstances; opportuneness of occurrence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. being at the right time
God hath since increased the seasonableness, by taking away a great and eminent servant  of his from among us; concerning whom I will say this one word, and no more: --
Aside from the nature of the proposition and the way it is presented, there is the all-important element of seasonableness.
It is from three to twelve feet long, and from one to two inches in diameter, according to the quality of the soil, the seasonableness of the weather, &c.
Happy, O Agricola! not only in the splendor of your life, but in the seasonableness of your death.
I submit to Congress the seasonableness also of an authority to augment the stock of such materials as are imperishable in their nature, or may not at once be attainable.
There certainly never was a greater piece of publishing felicity, in its seasonableness, than this entire reprint.
This is one of those fugitive and casual precautions, which, by intense seasonableness, takes its rank amongst the permanent means of pacification.
The National Covenant was again, after mature deliberation, anent both the lawfulness, expediency and seasonableness thereof, with great solemnity renewed in _March_,
And here is neither Hellenic seasonableness and proportion, nor Hebraic fervour, nor truth as it is understood by either Hebrew or Hellene.
If we fret about the weather it is because of an insistent desire that the weather shall conform to our idea of its seasonableness.
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