midseason

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EtymologyEdit

mid- +‎ season

NounEdit

midseason (plural midseasons)

  1. The middle part of a season, such as a sporting, television, or growing season.
    • Tourism has a high season (summer), a midseason (spring and fall), and a low season (winter).
    • The amount of water needed is about 50% of the water used in the midseason.
    • Underperforming TV programs are often replaced in the midseason of the schedule.

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AdjectiveEdit

midseason (not comparable)

  1. Occurring in the midseason.
    • This apple is a midseason variety grown best in northern climates.
    • The midseason finale had a great cliffhanger.

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Last modified on 9 October 2013, at 07:42