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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Not in keeping with (and usually undesirable for) the season adj. - Badly timed.

Usage examples (31)
  • It was one of those days in June, in which our summer-hopes take umbrage at what we call unseasonable weather, though no season was ever known to pass without them.
  • This hour seemed to him and to Mrs. Peterkin unseasonable, at a time of year when the sun was not up, and he would have been obliged to go to the expense of candles.
  • Rene Heroux, a meteorologist with Environment Canada, called the unseasonable weather a heat wave.
  • Dean McCarron, principal of Mercury Research, is anticipating an "unseasonable" PC growth from 0 to 5 percent for Q4. for more
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