- not seasonable; being out of season; unseasonal: unseasonable weather.
- not befitting the occasion; untimely; ill-timed; inopportune; inappropriate: Their visits were usually unseasonable.
Origin of unseasonable
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Examples from the Web for unseasonably
One unseasonably warm night in early December I went walking down from my office toward ground zero.The Resilient City: New York After 9/11
September 11, 2014
Inside, guests sat sweating shoulder-to-shoulder on the unseasonably warm Paris afternoon.Paris Fashion Week Kicks Off
October 1, 2011
That is all-powerful, but I will not employ it unseasonably or improperly.Memoirs of the Comtesse du Barry
Etienne Leon Lamothe-Langon
How artificial he seems, and unseasonably ornate, and how conscious of his public.Critical Miscellanies, Vol. I
It was unseasonably warm and the air was lifeless and humid.Blacksheep! Blacksheep!
I have broken in upon your solitude, perhaps, too unseasonably, said Alonzo.Alonzo and Melissa
Daniel Jackson, Jr.
Very often she gives them very good advice, but she does not obtrude it unseasonably.A House-Party
- (esp of the weather) inappropriate for the season
- untimely; inopportune
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Word Origin and History for unseasonably
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