unseasonableness

NOUN
  1. being at an inappropriate time
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How To Use unseasonableness In A Sentence

  • New Jersey, while it did not disapprove of some of the changes, yet had ‘to recognize the unseasonableness and irregularity of them.’
  • A drop of 2 cents per dozen in fresh gathered eggs, due unquestionably to the warm weather and present unseasonableness, was the only change of interest in the otherwise quiet and steady wholesale cash markets.
  • Such ill - timed exercise was of a piece with the strange unseasonableness of his morning walks, and boded nothing good.
  • The sleepy porter admitted Cleanor without asking a question, though not without a grumble at the unseasonableness of so early a visit.
  • On the eleventh of March, 1888, when Dad came in to breakfast from helping with the morning chores at the barn, he commented on the amazing mildness of the weather - the unseasonableness of conditions in nature.
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