inopportunely


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in·op·por·tune

 (ĭn-ŏp′ər-to͞on′, -tyo͞on′)
adj.
Inappropriate or ill-timed; not opportune.

in·op′por·tune′ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.inopportunely - at an inconvenient timeinopportunely - at an inconvenient time; "he arrived inopportunely just as we sat down for dinner"; "she answered malapropos"
opportunely - at an opportune time; "he arrived rather opportunely just when we needed a new butler"
Translations

inopportunely

[ɪnˈɒpətjuːnlɪ] ADVinoportunamente, a destiempo

inopportunely

advzur Unzeit

inopportunely

[ɪnˈɒpətjuːnlɪ] advinopportunamente
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untrained female students playing, rather awkwardly, the male roles of Helmer and Krogstad) as with the habit and behavior of the audience who relished much more the singing, dancing, and gymnastic/martial art feats provided by traditional Chinese opera than the long, drawn-out dialogues characteristic of modern Spoken Drama, and who felt much more at home in the noisy teahouses, the usual venues for traditional Chinese opera, cracking sunflower seeds, drinking tea, chit-chatting, and bursting into loud cheers (in the case of this particular performance, cheering inopportunely because they didn't quite follow or appreciate what was going on).
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Omega Ministries' story of a combined decrease in contributions from members, problems negotiating with a major secured creditor, and inopportunely timed expansion echoes that of many religious organizations severely affected by the economic downturn.
Beset upon, the poet fled, but "his slave inopportunely reminded him of.