|closed season||close season|
|(born 1968) American baseball player for the Chicago Cubs (competed with Mark McGwire for the all-time record of most home runs hit in one season)||Sammy Sosa|
|19thC warship, check regularly for developments, check the quality of transmitted signals, closed-circuit television set, computer program, computer video display, giant, listen to broadcasts or telephone conversations, monitor lizard, nozzle, school s...||monitor|
|4 runs, major competition, winning of all major competitions, winning of all tricks, winning of the main sporting events in a season; home run with bases loaded (Baseball); winning of all the tricks in a hand (Bridge)||grand slam|
|a walled complex of buildings (1421 - 1911) in Beijing, China, that includes the former Imperial Palace. It was closed to ordinary citizens until 1912 and is now a museum.||Forbidden City|
|a year, closing period or period of inactivity, keep something somewhere in winter, of winter, of the season between autumn and spring, coldest season of the year (often characterized by coldness and rain or snow); period of dormancy or inactivity; spa...||winter|
|able to be closed||closeable|
|abstaining from, away, away from work, branching out from, canceled, closed, deactivated (machine, appliance, etc.); canceled; secondary (road); free from work (day, etc.); right (side of the road); bad, rotten (food), deactivated state, closed conditi...||off|
|act of obtaining any purpose by force or in a rushed manner or hastily or with unusual speed; (Gardening) act of raising plants and flowers and fruits at an earlier season than the natural period (by the use of artificial heat)||forcing|
|act of squinting; sideways glance; state of being cross-eyed, strabismus (Ophthalmology), action of narrowing eyes, askew, eye condition, glance aside, hagioscope, have eyes not looking in parallel, look askance, look at with the eyes half-closed; glan...||squint|
|add flavorings, cause somebody to gain experience, connected series of performances, dry out before use, enliven something, high season at resorts, moderate something, one of the four quarters of the year (winter, spring, summer, autumn); period of tim...||season|
|add salt, season with salt; preserve in salt; scatter salt; spice up, make lively; fraudulently place expensive minerals within a mine to make the mine appear valuable, add zest to something, containing or associated with salt water, containing salt, c...||salt|
|age, era; season; lesson; length of time, division of game, full stop, identifiable time, interval between equal values, interval of time, menstrual period, menstrual cycle, menstruation time, musical passage, punctuation mark, punctuation mark resembl...||period|
|angry, brownish or blackish, closed, lack of light, gloom, darkness; black color, lacking light; deep, not pale; black, murky; vague, foggy, unclear, mellow, miserable, mysterious, nasty, nightfall, not light in color, not light or lit, shaded area, un...||dark|
|animal hide, animal skin; moorland; flat seam (Sewing); number of trees cut in a season, chop tree down, fall, fierce, terrible, ruthless, cruel; destructive; deadly, inauspicious, knock down, chop down (a tree); sew the edge of a seam down flat, knock...||fell|
|any of several species of bird with curved mandibles which cross when closed and enable the bird to extract seeds from cones, finch with crossed beak||crossbill|
|area of covered and heated ground in which plants are grown in and out of season, center of activity, heated glass-covered soil bed||hotbed|
|argue something in reply, closed container for heating substances, glass vessel, heat something in retort, make a sharp answer, give an incisive reply; retaliate, reciprocate, requite, return in kind; reply to an argument with a contrary claim, respond...||retort|
|aromatic plant substance used as flavoring, aromatic vegetable substance used to season food, flavoring; aromatic odor, fragrance; something which adds zest or interest, exciting or interesting thing, flavor with a spice, add a spice to; add zest to, m...||spice|
|askance, looking with eyes partly closed, with squint||squint-eyed|
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