Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at unseasonable.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Help support Wordnik (and make this page ad-free) by adopting the word Unseasonable.
Unseasonable warmth with humidity back under control is a real treat.
Unseasonable heat greeted him as he stepped out onto the Juliet balcony.
Unseasonable heat and changing weather patterns have turned southern California into a tinderbox, precisely the way forecast by people warning us about global warming for years:
Bob Harris: White House Pretends Probable Cause of California Wildfires Simply Doesn't Exist
_Unseasonable_ Angling in short is, When the Earth is parched, and scorched with Vehement _Heat_, and _Drought_; benummed and frozen with
The School of Recreation (1684 edition) Or, The Gentlemans Tutor, to those Most Ingenious Exercises of Hunting, Racing, Hawking, Riding, Cock-fighting, Fowling, Fishing
Unseasonable rains cut off expeditions for weeks from their supply bases.
World's War Events $v Volume 3 Beginning with the departure of the first American destroyers for service abroad in April, 1917, and closing with the treaties of peace in 1919.
Unseasonable laughter, disorderly expressions, buffoonery fraught with perdition, unprofitable trifling, all the other things, which it is not seemly even to name.
NPNF1-12. Saint Chrysostom: Homilies on the Epistles of Paul to the Corinthians
Unseasonable wet weather at this period, which sometimes happens, and especially when the business is deferred till the close of the dry or south-east monsoon, whose termination is at best irregular, produces much inconvenience by the delay of burning till the vegetation has had time to renew itself; in which case the spot is commonly abandoned, or, if partially burned, it is not without considerable toil that it can be afterwards prepared for sowing.
The History of Sumatra Containing An Account Of The Government, Laws, Customs And Manners Of The Native Inhabitants
Unseasonable visits, when friendship warrants them, need no excuse; therefore I make none.
A very Unseasonable wet Year all along and last night so violent
Letter from Robert Carter to Captain John Hyde and Company, July 14, 1729
Unseasonable! damn'd Rogue, unseasonable to a Widow?
Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.