Season and Term


Season noun - One of the natural periods into which the year is divided by the equinoxes and solstices or atmospheric conditions.

Term is a synonym for season in period topic. In some cases you can use "Term" instead a noun "Season", when it comes to topics like time, duration, length, time period. popular alternative


Term noun - A fixed period of time during which a person holds a job or position.
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Synonyms for Term

Season is a synonym for term in time period topic. You can use "Season" instead a noun "Term", if it concerns topics such as time, length. popular alternative

Nearby Words: termless, termed, termer

How words are described

full full season full term
special special season special term
long long season long term
better better season better term
Other adjectives: short, original, single, actual, real, final, next, alternate, last, latter, fifth.

Both words in one sentence

  • Square Peg, Round Trope Way too many people are using the term to mean "I don't like the current season." It also does not mean "got less good over time," which is Jump the Shark.
  • The show put on long-term hiatus in June 2009, after its first and only season, so that Swayze could take the time to deal with his health issues.
  • Smash was already a victim of deteriorating ratings and Snark Bait (the term "Hate Watching" was popularized by this show) during its first season.
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