ill-timed

[ il-tahymd ]SEE DEFINITION OF ill-timed

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It is ill-timed, and I believe, in reality, is not well taken.

Lorand was annoyed by the ill-timed jest which he did not understand.

It was an ill-timed thought, bad for the dark mood of his mind.

The girls shuddered and Mabel regretted her ill-timed curiosity.

I had then neither time nor will to do as he did, and his ill-timed mirth vexed me.

The promenade, in fact, was not ill-timed, especially for those who were dreamers or lovers.

He did not disturb the wretchedness of her mind by ill-timed conversation.

Never was a catarrh so sudden, so universal, or so ill-timed.

Instead, she in impulsive, most ill-timed panic, quickened her step.

That very day he has been displeased on learning of their ill-timed visit.

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