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Princeton's WordNet

  1. unseasonablyadverb

    not in accordance with the season

    "it was unseasonably cold"


  1. unseasonablyadverb

    Not in accordance with the season.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Unseasonablyadverb

    Not seasonably; not agreeably to time or occasion.

    Some things it asketh unseasonably, when they need not to be prayed for, as deliverance from thunder and tempest, when no danger is nigh. Richard Hooker, b. v.

    Leave to fathom such high points as these,
    Nor be ambitious, ere the time, to please;
    Unseasonably wise, till age and cares
    Have form’d thy soul to manage great affairs. Dryden.

    By the methods prescribed, more good, and less mischief, will be done in acute distempers, than by medicines improperly and unseasonably applied. Arbuthnot.

    Ulysses yielded unseasonably, and the strong passion for his country should have given him vigilance. William Broome.


  1. unseasonably

    Unseasonably refers to unusual, unexpected or not typical climatic conditions or temperatures for a particular season. It's when the weather behaves differently from what is generally expected during a specific time of the year.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of unseasonably in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of unseasonably in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of unseasonably in a Sentence

  1. Ellen Saracini:

    When we arrived in Austin it was muggy and hot, but for the days of the guests coming to celebrate, it was unseasonably cool and pleasant, just to return to hot and muggy once it was over, [Victor] was there, you just need to look for the signs. No hand to hold, but I smile and feel him in my heart.

  2. Matthew Genge:

    Victor Hugo in the novel ‘Les Miserables’ said of the Battle of Waterloo: ‘an unseasonably clouded sky sufficed to bring about the collapse of a World.’ Now we are a step closer to understanding Tambora’s part in the Battle from half a world away.

  3. Fox News:

    The unseasonably mild air over the Eastern U.S., along with the cold air and snow across parts of the West, can historically be associated with an El Nio, the El Nio we're experiencing right now is particularly strong and could be among the strongest ever recorded.

  4. Parsons Police:

    She left her purebred German shepherd in a fenced backyard with water, food, outbuilding, and it was an unseasonably beautiful day here in Parsons, about 73 degrees outside. She went to lay down, caught some shut-eye, woke up, went outside and she found the carcass of her beautiful little puppy, the head had been severed, the head has not yet been recovered. And also we found the muzzle of the animal.

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