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sea•son•ing



Pronunciation: (sē'zu-ning), [key]
n.
1. salt or an herb, spice, or the like, for heightening or improving the flavor of food.
2. the process by which a person becomes conditioned or seasoned: That pitcher had a year of seasoning.

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