Mast year



noun

a phenomenon when the fruit (mast) produced by trees in a given year is exponentially higher than the average; by extension, a year in which vegetation produces a significant abundance of fruit
Examples

After the mast year, it was hard to mow the lawn.
Word Origin

1743

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