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inopportune

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The variant also arrived at an inopportune time, when vaccine-related immunity was starting to wane for people who had gotten their shots early in the year and hadn’t yet been boosted.

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The timing is particularly inopportune, as millions of Americans prepare to gather for Thanksgiving.

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Crucially, the quality of LuLaRoe’s clothing took a dive, tearing easily or displaying strange prints in inopportune places.

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Sadly, I didn’t feel as secure with the AirPods Max, which I always seemed to drain at an inopportune midday point.

If the Wizards don’t look to the future as soon as possible, the future will come hunting at an inopportune time.

The cancellation of the tours has come at a particularly inopportune time.

Some groups outside the Vatican also see him as an inopportune choice.

Nothing could be more inopportune, nothing more contrary to the welfare of the distracted country!

Then I say, 'I regret to have arrived at such an inopportune moment.'

Pisistratus could not feel flattered by passages intended to exhibit his ancestor as a conceited and inopportune old babbler.

The light and cheer of the club house seemed inopportune, like mirth at a funeral, and he retired into a distant corner to think.

She was inwardly raging at them for having chosen a time so inopportune for making a call.

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On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inopportune, such as: contrary, disadvantageous, disturbing, ill-chosen, ill-timed, and inappropriate.

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

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