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
References in classic literature ?
the door of the reserved gallery which had hitherto remained so inopportunely closed, opened still more inopportunely; and the ringing voice of the usher announced abruptly, "His eminence, Monseigneur the Cardinal de Bourbon."
Besides, it would not be prudent to carry the electric light in these waters; its brilliancy might attract some of the dangerous inhabitants of the coast most inopportunely."
This blow, so terrible to the grandmother and her dependent child, had occurred, too, most inopportunely, as to time.
And now let us leave Mademoiselle Danglars and her friend pursuing their way to Brussels, and return to poor Andrea Cavalcanti, so inopportunely interrupted in his rise to fortune.
Inopportunely, a great deal of universities in Pakistan, place emphasis only on high teaching loads and teaching leading to large class sizes, leaving no room for quality research.
There he mentions that the liberal man is saddened in a moderate and fitting manner by spending unsuccessfully and inopportunely, and he is even more grieved over failure to make an appropriate outlay than over an inopportune expenditure.
Majority of the private universities are owned by the tycoons and inopportunely most of them are businessmen, and they are gaining high profit margins from this business.
He tells us of Dietrich, the writer and head of the LA Catholic Worker who experiences the risen Christ in the need of the other; the voice of one who says so very inopportunely, "excuse me sir, can I use your bathroom?" Hmmn ...
Hitchcock touches: think of when Roger is inopportunely photographed at
But here the track can at least survive a day without the catering manager, whose wife had inopportunely given birth on Tuesday.
Losing one's pants inopportunely is an elementary piece of clowning shtick.