inopportunely

[ in-op-er-toon, -tyoon ]SEE DEFINITION OF inopportunely

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But before she could say more, the guests most inopportunely arrived.

The silver teapot arrived at this juncture, and not inopportunely.

The militia, furloughed by Gov. Brown so inopportunely, are returning to the front, the time having expired.

But I was obliged to stand now, if I intended to go on with it, as that old lord died so inopportunely.

Time had done its work ridiculously, inopportunely, yet effectively at last.

He admired me and I believe he would have loved and married me if he had not inopportunely met her.

Yet, though Nelson did not shrink from an engagement on his own terms, he was resolved not to force one inopportunely.

As for the royalists, they were quite innocent of the reports and writings that had so inopportunely been circulated in the city.

This thought troubled Emily; and she regretted much that this unusual journey should take place so inopportunely.

Still the children were unpleasant to her, and she wished that her sister had not died so inopportunely.

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