season (n.)
opportunity, favourable moment
2H4 IV.ii.79[Mowbray to Westmorland] You wish me health in very happy season, / For I am on the sudden something ill
AC V.i.49[Caesar to all] I will tell you at some meeter season
CE IV.ii.57[Dromio of Syracuse to Adriana] Time is a very bankrupt, and owes more than he's worth to season [unclear meaning]
Ham III.ii.265[Third Player as Lucianus] Confederate season
LLL V.ii.63[Rosaline to Princess, of Berowne] I would make him ... wait the season
Luc.166[of wolves at night] Now serves the season that they may surprise / The silly lambs
MV V.i.107[Portia to Nerissa] How many things by season seasoned are / To their right praise and true perfection!
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