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adjective as in out of season

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Back in 2010, Vancouver had to more or less import snow from outside the city via helicopters and trucks to their games due to losses from “unseasonable conditions.”

Because of the human-caused climate crisis, Gamble and other winemakers are battling extreme heat, unseasonable cold, torrential rain, and drought, not to mention wildfires.

While there is still copious trade in potatoes going on around the world, backups at ports, unseasonable weather, and an unexpected fungus, have made certain potato varieties hard to come by for the businesses that rely on them.

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Last week, a deadly outbreak of tornadoes tore across six states in a shockingly unseasonable meteorological event.

New analyses found that climate change made the unseasonable heat here at least 600 times more likely, and maybe as much as 99,000 times more likely.

I have noticed latterly her marked assiduity in attendance at church—the most unseasonable weather has failed to keep her away.

These unseasonable reveries brought him, it may be imagined, into many whimsical adventures.

He started on beholding me, and, with a well-counterfeited surprise, asked the reason of my being up at such an unseasonable hour?

Affection seeking to console a loved one sometimes chooses an unseasonable moment for the exercise of its tender office.

This is the price paid by age for unseasonable ardours of feeling.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unseasonable, such as: untimely.

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