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high season

Syllabification: high sea·son

Definition of high season in English:

noun

chiefly British
The most popular time of year at a resort, hotel, or tourist attraction, when prices are highest.
Example sentences
  • If you're lucky, you might even find low-season prices combined with high-season weather.
  • Until August 31, the Grenadines island of Petit St. Vincent - known for its two miles of white beaches - is offering 35 percent off its high-season rates.
  • But the numbers in town can fluctuate significantly, with Noble estimating 4,300 permanent residents and 10,000 people on a holiday or high-season weekend.

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