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But agitation unlocks wayward fancies and sends them scurrying inopportunely across the very foreground of the mind.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
He must go back and tell her how inopportunely things had turned out, and how sorry he was that he could not keep his promise.
A DREADFUL TEMPTATIONMRS. ALEX. MCVEIGH MILLER
Just at this moment, too, the wind inopportunely freshened, rendering the drift of the light craft much more rapid than certain.
THE DEERSLAYERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
He came to exhibit a sort of indignant pity for the Fatherland, into whose way so many obstacles were being inopportunely thrown.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
She knew that she had broken up many happy hours by weeping inopportunely.
THE WAYFARERSMARY STEWART CUTTING
Yet, though Nelson did not shrink from an engagement on his own terms, he was resolved not to force one inopportunely.
NAVAL WARFAREJAMES R. THURSFIELD
Unfortunately for M. Taine, facts speak too forcibly and too inopportunely against him.
At dinner-time, when the General hobbled to his buggy on my arm, I made again the remark I had blurted out so inopportunely.
The company inopportunely asked him where he had been, and what had delayed him.
The next day the poor commandant who had so inopportunely taken and given the alarm was brought before the council of war.

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