unseasonably


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un·sea·son·a·ble

 (ŭn-sē′zə-nə-bəl)
adj.
1. Not suitable to or appropriate for the season.
2. Not characteristic of the time of year: unseasonable weather.
3. Poorly timed; inopportune.

un·sea′son·a·ble·ness n.
un·sea′son·a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unseasonably - not in accordance with the seasonunseasonably - not in accordance with the season; "it was unseasonably cold"
seasonably - in accordance with the season; "it was seasonably cold"
Translations

unseasonably

[ʌnˈsiːznəblɪ] ADV we had an unseasonably warm springtuvimos una primavera calurosa para esa época del año
it was unseasonably mild for late Januaryhacía un tiempo muy moderado para estar a últimos de enero

unseasonably

[ˌʌnˈsiːzənəbli] adv
unseasonably mild → anormalement doux(douce), doux pour la saison(douce)
unseasonably cold → anormalement froid(e), froid(e) pour la saison

unseasonably

adv(für die Jahreszeit) ungewöhnlich or außergewöhnlich; we had an unseasonably warm/cold/mild winterwir hatten einen (für die Jahreszeit) ungewöhnlich warmen/kalten/milden Winter
References in classic literature ?
He looked like a ghost evoked unseasonably from the grave.
The sound cheered them greatly; but halting to make out by listening from what quarter it came they heard unseasonably another noise which spoiled the satisfaction the sound of the water gave them, especially for Sancho, who was by nature timid and faint-hearted.
These are something like grievances, and make me think the weather most unseasonably close.
But you needn't mind that; I shall never trouble you again by intruding my company upon you so unseasonably.
But Riah glanced towards the door, as if he thought his principal might appear there, unseasonably.
At his first coming on board the ship he threw himself flat on his face, prostrating himself in thankfulness for his deliverance, in which I unhappily and unseasonably disturbed him, really thinking he had been in a swoon; but he spoke calmly, thanked me, told me he was giving God thanks for his deliverance, begged me to leave him a few moments, and that, next to his Maker, he would give me thanks also.
Summary: Lebanon has been experiencing unseasonably high winter temperatures, coupled with much less rain and snow than would usually have fallen by mid-December, a meteorologist at Beirut Airport told The Daily Star.
Large parts of Himachal Pradesh yesterday witnessed unseasonably cold conditions with the minimum temperature staying close to the freezing point owing to widespread snowfall and rainfall, weather officials said.
The firm said: "Trading in September has been extremely poor, largely as a consequence of the unseasonably hot weather which has not favoured sales of our new autumn ranges.
Wyevale Garden Centres, which has two outlets in Huddersfield, is warning gardeners to prepare for an increase of supersized slugs this spring, thanks to the unseasonably mild winter.
Summary: Johannesburg: Unseasonably cold temperatures, hours of driving rain, uninspiring football and no goals marked a .
He said: "The rental market burst back into life unseasonably early in January, with tenants on the move trying to take advantage of what is usually a quieter period for the rental market.