- Opportune; occurring at an appropriate or suitable time.
- 1661, Salusbury, Thomas, transl., “Galilaeus Galilaeus Lyncaeus, His Systeme of the World”, in Mathematical Collections and Translations, The Second Dialogue, London: William Leybourn, translation of Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo by Galileo Galilei, page 95:
- Nor is it seasonable to have to do with Hercules, whil'st he is enraged, and amongst the Furies, but when he is telling merry tales amongst the Meonion Damosels.
- Appropriate to the current season of the year.
- The temperature outside was quite seasonable, neither warmer nor colder than I had expected.
- (obsolete) Ephemeral; lasting for just one season.
- (obsolete) In season (said of game when it is legal to be hunted and killed).
- (obsolete) Well-seasoned; matured (e.g. timber).
- (occurring at an appropriate or suitable time): well-timed, timesome; see also Thesaurus:timely
- (lasting for just one season): passing, transitory; see also Thesaurus:ephemeral
- (general): unseasonable
- (occurring at an appropriate or suitable time): ill-timed, untime; see also Thesaurus:untimely
- (lasting for just one season): evergreen, perennial; see also Thesaurus:eternal
appropriate to current season