- inofficious will,
- inorganic acid,
- inorganic chemistry
Origin of inopportune
Examples from the Web for inopportune
Some groups outside the Vatican also see him as an inopportune choice.Pope Benedict XVI Appoints Catholic Church’s New Top Cop|Barbie Latza Nadeau|July 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"A gen'man to see you, sah," announced Aunt Fanny at this inopportune moment, and the entomologist was obliged to leave the room.Bee and Butterfly|Lucy Foster Madison
As I am to address you at length at the close of the contest, I shall not now detain you by any inopportune remarks.The Cave by the Beech Fork|Henry S. Spalding
Such is not the case with democracies, whose laws are almost always ineffective, or inopportune.American Institutions and Their Influence|Alexis de Tocqueville et al.
1530s, from Late Latin inopportunus "unfitting," from in- "not" + opportunus (see opportune). A rare word before 19c. Related: Inopportunely.