seasonably

ADVERB
  1. at an opportune time
    your letter arrived apropos
  2. in accordance with the season
    it was seasonably cold
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How To Use seasonably In A Sentence

  • Punters expected earnings to have been pressured by unseasonably warm weather in Europe and production to have been hit by dampened demand and disposals. Times, Sunday Times
  • Several other reporters and cameramen stood shivering in unseasonably cold temperatures, ready to capture the multi-vehicle arrival Superdelegate deluge
  • Thursday to discuss what are called unseasonably high water levels in the Upper Mississippi STLtoday.com Top News Headlines
  • Punters expected earnings to have been pressured by unseasonably warm weather in Europe and production to have been hit by dampened demand and disposals. Times, Sunday Times
  • These have been triggered in part by the unseasonably warm weather, which has left unwanted winter clothes piled high on the shelves. Times, Sunday Times
  • Memories of previous heatwaves at exam time were washed away with the unseasonably heavy rain which has hit the country for most of June.
  • Houston-based drilling company Baker Hughes Inc. warned in a March 3 filing that it would take a profit hit because of unseasonably cold weather and the turmoil in the Middle East and North Africa, which hampered its ability to deliver equipment to oil fields. Mining the Scarcity Boom
  • The whole region was the same till about the 14th when the weather broke and it got more seasonably cool and rainy. Recent trip to Alaska
  • Kevin Youkilis will continue to move from first base to third if it'll make the team stats] a better team, but he is getting to the point in his career - he turned 31 in March - where he believes the moves should be made "seasonably," rather than from game to game. MLB - BostonHerald.com
  • The unseasonably early winter storm, known as a "nor'easter" due to its north-easterly movement, was being called "Snowtober" and affected up to 60 million people. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
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