[uhn-tahy-muh s]

adjective Scot.

Origin of untimeous

First recorded in 1490–1500; un-1 + timeous
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Examples from the Web for untimeous

Historical Examples of untimeous

  • Ou, bravely; I believe he came to some untimeous end hereaway about?

    The Life of Mansie Wauch

    David Macbeth Moir

  • On the untimeous harangue into which Bruce is made to pass on p. 239 I have spoken in its place.

    The Bruce

    John Barbour

  • Were it not for exposing myself at this untimeous hour, I would raise the town, and pull it down at the head of the people.

  • Gushing over Marys untimeous end, he speaks of Godwins life as blighted by her death.

  • And whoever meets Nell Cook is bound to die some untimeous death within the year!

    The Ingoldsby Country

    Charles G. (Charles George) Harper