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  • v. To season (flavour) too much.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To season too highly.


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over- +‎ season


  • Keep in mind the dish will continue to cook down so be careful not to overseason.

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  • Season the stock with salt to taste it won't hurt if you overseason it slightly because when you add the fish later, the saltiness will be dispersed throughout the fish.

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  • South is touring the world and Mockford working overseason so neither will be available this season.

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  • But although a number of overseason players have been spoken to, it seems macqueen is not intent on using up that quota of ten fully.

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  • Don't overseason; most of the spice will come from the sausage.

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  • Don’t overseason or oversauce it or you’ll lose its flavor.

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