Synonyms for Season:

n.

acting, dark, dramatic, go up, in, on, opposite, rep, method acting. aerate, bonsai, compost, cross-fertilize, cross-pollinate, deadhead, drill, feed, stretch, bed out. attraction, beauty spot, courier, ecotourism, estrus, gondolier, guide, guidebook, heat, rut, high season, agritourism, heritage center. angling, bag, bait, big game, bite, capture, cast, blood sports. arbor day, bank holiday, Columbus Day, festival, holiday, independence day, ANZAC Day, Australia Day, Canada Day, the Fourth of July. asexual reproduction, breed, breeder, breeding, breeding ground, couple, courtship, fecund, fertile. autumn, autumnal, daylight-saving time, equinox, midsummer, midsummer day, midwinter, British Summer Time, the midnight sun. bake, beat, blanch, blend, bone, butcher, butchery, butter, carve, chill. block, chapter, countdown, day, delay, distance. bye, card, challenge, championship, clash, contest, crown, cup, close season, the Commonwealth Games. carpentry, dovetail, joinery, knotty, mortice, mortise, preserve, sand, sawdust. duration (noun)
aeon, age, course, cycle, date, duration, epoch, era, interim, interval, measure, span, spell, time.
life (noun)
era.
period (noun)
division, fall, spring, summer, winter, a while, certain months of the year.
season (noun)
flavor, flavour, harden, mollify, temper, time of year.
spell (noun)
spell.
time of year governed by annual equinoxes (noun)
autumn, division, fall, interval, spell, spring, summer, time, winter.

v.

acclimatize, prepare (verb)
harden, mature, temper.
age (verb)
decline, deteriorate, develop, endure, last, mature, mellow, ripen, grow old.
change (verb)
harden.

Other synonyms:

carpentry, estrus, joinery, mortise, sawdust. dovetail, knotty, spring. preserve, sand. heat. harden
harden.
Other relevant words:
autumn, blend, carpentry, chapter, day, division, dovetail, estrus, fall, flavor, flavour, harden, heat, joinery, mollify, preserve, rut, spring, stretch, summer, temper, time of year, winter.

Usage examples for season

  1. Nay, I have had no spring; it was a day, not a season – Callista by John Henry Cardinal Newman
  2. " Oh, I will do what I can," said the doctor, " but I really think there is nothing to be done here, and at this season – The Girl at Cobhurst by Frank Richard Stockton
  3. You have been very good in coming to see me this season even better than usual. – Cecil Castlemaine's Gage, Lady Marabout's Troubles, and Other Stories by Ouida