inopportuneness

[ in-op-er-toon, -tyoon ]SEE DEFINITION OF inopportuneness
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The inopportuneness of Pete Stearns had left the question open.

I say nothing of its justice or injustice, but only of its inopportuneness at a moment when we sorely need our present resources.

It is a relief to turn from those worst uses of the tongue to the more pardonable vices of Rashness and Inopportuneness of speech.

Had the prophetical talent been vouchsafed to him, he would have detected the inopportuneness of the acts of his Council.

The King was right and Mazzini was wrong as to the inopportuneness of a national rising at the moment.

She tried not to say more about it, as though she suddenly realized the inopportuneness of her last words.

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