Definition of unseasonable in English:

unseasonable

Line breaks: un|sea¦son|able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsiːz(ə)nəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

1(Of weather) unusual for the time of year: an unseasonable warm spell
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  • There was a wonderful job done on the course and the greens were so slick despite the rain and unseasonable weather.
  • Although the so-called ‘near drought’ has prompted consternation among gardeners, many of whom are fretting about the health of their plants, the unseasonable weather is proving an unexpected boon for some retailers.
  • Others suggest a less sinister theory, arguing that the continent's torrential summer season is down to a completely natural and not entirely unexpected event: freakishly unseasonable weather.
2Untimely; inopportune: we visited the place at an unseasonable time
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  • How is it that you come here with clothes and hair still wet at an unseasonable hour?
  • But we visited the place at an unseasonable time, and found it divested of its dignity and terror.
  • "This is somewhat unseasonable," said the Governor, looking at his watch; "it is now almost nine."

Derivatives

unseasonableness

noun
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  • The sleepy porter admitted Cleanor without asking a question, though not without a grumble at the unseasonableness of so early a visit.
  • Such ill - timed exercise was of a piece with the strange unseasonableness of his morning walks, and boded nothing good.
  • New Jersey, while it did not disapprove of some of the changes, yet had ‘to recognize the unseasonableness and irregularity of them.’

unseasonably

adverb
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  • It's unseasonably warm, he says, with a projected high of 35.
  • Already the venue was filling up, with executive types sitting next to shoppers and the obligatory tourists, still making the most of the unseasonably warm weather.
  • As luck would have it, last week's weather brought several days of unseasonably mild temperatures to the Northeastern United States.

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