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sea·son·a·ble / ˈsēzənəbəl/ • adj. 1. usual for or appropriate to a particular season of the year: seasonable temperatures. 2. archaic coming at the right time or meeting the needs of the occasion; opportune. DERIVATIVES: sea·son·a·bil·i·ty / ˌsēzənəˈbilitē/ n. sea·son·a·ble·ness n. sea·son·a·bly / -blē/ adv.

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Seasonable

SEASONABLE

Within a reasonable time; timely.

The term seasonable is usually used in connection with the performance of contractual obligations that must be completed "seasonably." The facts and circumstances of each case define a reasonable period of time.

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