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Sochi 2014 wasn't all about Bob and his ill-timed eye infection.

The lingering financial crisis, the sequester, and ill-timed austerity are tamping down jobs growth.

In the end The Lone Ranger is a confusing nearly three hours, overwhelmed by relentless violence and ill-timed jokes.

Which makes the retreat of recent decades both unfortunate and ill-timed.

Alex Massie on what an ill-timed summer break means for Labour.

Your visit here is ill-timed; you ought to feel it so; nevertheless, if you stay it out, you must observe good manners.

Our derisive remarks about people who are for ever looking for snakes in every brush-pile were ill-timed, to say the least.

Yet it was the hand of the emperor which he had advised the King of Naples to force, by his ill-timed advance.

But while he sadly acknowledged the truth of Bridgenorth's observation, he felt indignant at his ill-timed triumph.

A murmur of disapproval went through the crowd at this ill-timed joke.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ill-timed, such as: unseemly, untimely, awkward, badly timed, improper, and inappropriate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.