One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A point part way through a season, especially a season of the year or a sporting season.‘the lavender flowers bloom in midseason’as modifier ‘the midseason sales’‘a midseason game’
- ‘They keep telling us it might be a midseason replacement show.’
- ‘My guess is that he will do enough to get his job back around midseason.’
- ‘Up to four flowers on 12- to 16-inch stems bloom in midseason.’
- ‘Changing coaches in midseason isn't going to help.’
- ‘He tore an abdominal muscle in midseason.’
- ‘Postcards detailing Vick's performances were sent out, starting in midseason.’
- ‘Lightly prune midseason bloomers in late winter or early spring.’
- ‘In warm climate gardens, it blooms outdoors in midseason.’
- ‘A manure tea applied at midseason will boost the plants along.’
- ‘In 2000, he famously guaranteed that his team, despite a midseason slump, would get to the playoffs.’
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