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unseasonal

[ uhn-see-zuh-nl ]

adjective

  1. not characteristic or typical of a particular season; unseasonable:

    unseasonal April snows.



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Even less dramatic stressors, such as pollution or unseasonal weather patterns, may fractionally favor female births.

Anchorage — which has been experiencing heavy, unseasonal snowfall — won’t be getting any warmer this week.

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A fuzzy caterpillar, driven by some unseasonal urge, started crawling up the log on which they were sitting.

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