American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that uses seasonings: The cook is a heavy seasoner.
- n. See seasoning.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who seasons.
- n. That which seasons, matures, or gives a relish.
- n. A seaman or fisherman who hires for the season; by extension, a loafer; a beach-comber.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, seasons, or gives a relish; a seasoning.
- n. something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts
- n. a cook who uses seasonings
- season + -er (Wiktionary)
“In this country, it is sometimes cultivated with other aromatic plants; but its use in soups, or as a seasoner or garnish, is very limited.”
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“Weak pathetic guys often blame their problems on their overbearing mothers and wives, including one near-outrageous first-seasoner ( "Shakedown") where the successful strong businesswoman shows amazing backbone against blackmail, only to find out her husband is guilty and blames her for it, an attitude Ballinger reinforces.”
“Other titles that Sung thinks have format potential include KBS-2's three-seasoner Happy Together, a weekly 80-minute show that has two entertainers seeking out their old high school friends for a reunion party.”
“I’ll wait and see before I truly judge but I bet it will be a one seasoner.”
“On account of the mildness of its flavor, when compared with that of other cultivated plants of the Onion family, it is preferred in cookery as a seasoner in soups and stews.”
“Retaliation], and it is not clear to me that he was really the highest seasoner. ”
“They, indeed, tried which could pepper the highest, and it is not clear to me that the lexicographer was really the highest seasoner. ”
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