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Webster 1913 Edition


Unseasonable

Un-sea′son-a-ble

,
Adj.
Not seasonable; being, done, or occurring out of the proper season; ill-timed; untimely; too early or too late;
as, he called at an
unseasonable
hour;
unseasonable
advice;
unseasonable
frosts;
unseasonable
food.
Un-sea′son-a-ble-ness
,
Noun.
Un-sea′son-a-bly
,
adv.

Webster 1828 Edition


Unseasonable

UNSEASON'ABLE

,
Adj.
unsee'znable.
1.
Not seasonable; not being in the proper season or time. he called at an unseasonable hour.
2.
Not suited to the time or occasion; unfit; untimely; ill timed; as unseasonable advice; an unseasonable digression.
3.
Late; being beyond the usual time. He came home at an unseasonable time of night.
4.
Not agreeable to the time of the year; as an unseasonable frost. The frosts of 1816, in June, July and August, in New England, were considered unseasonable, as they were unusual.

Definition 2022


unseasonable

unseasonable

English

Adjective

unseasonable (comparative more unseasonable, superlative most unseasonable)

  1. Not in accordance with the season.
    The snow in April was unseasonable.

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