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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of season.
- adj. Experienced, especially in terms of a profession or a hobby
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- adj. aged or processed
- adj. rendered competent through trial and experience
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His group wants it replaced by what he described as seasoned and well-trained police officers.
She will have a team of what they call seasoned campaign veterans, who are experts at rapid response.
Probably at its best rolled in seasoned flour, deep-fried in old peanut oil, and covered in tartar or hot sauce, in a hoagie bun ... with a hoppy beer chaser.
I would lessen active management and bring in seasoned retired veterans for outside expertise to advise on asset allocation.
He would slice it about a half inch thick, dredge it in seasoned flour and fry it up.
They have two legitimate superstars, but must bolster the rest of team by bringing in seasoned veterans who know how to play in big games.
They only need 3 minutes in seasoned boiling water and then they are ready to eat.
Dredge small chunks in seasoned flour and fry with onions, deglaze pan with a beer to make a gravy.
Dredge birds in seasoned flour and deep fry in hot oil.
Whenever I stayed over at my grandma's, she would pull out the old chicken fryer, fry up some bacon, roll some chicken pieces up in seasoned flour, brown them in the bacon fat, cover, and cook on low heat until the chicken was tender.
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