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- adv. Not in accordance with the season.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unseasonable manner; not at the most suitable time.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. not in accordance with the season
Several other reporters and cameramen stood shivering in unseasonably cold temperatures, ready to capture the multi-vehicle arrival
People pleaded for tickets three hours before tip-off, standing outside in unseasonably chilly air, and inside, there was a distinct something-other-than-ordinary feel.
Thursday to discuss what are called unseasonably high water levels in the Upper Mississippi
Children's Place Retail Stores warned yesterday weaker-than-anticipated sales would cut into earnings, commenting that "certain external factors, such as unseasonably warm weather particularly in the last 10 days of the month, put substantial pressure on the business."
It had been an unseasonably hot day in June and the park had been filled with children.
Houston-based drilling company Baker Hughes Inc. warned in a March 3 filing that it would take a profit hit because of unseasonably cold weather and the turmoil in the Middle East and North Africa, which hampered its ability to deliver equipment to oil fields.
Well, as “regularly” as this unseasonably cool summer allows.
The pullback in Australian exports comes at a time when unseasonably cold temperatures in Europe and a recovery in global manufacturing has driven up demand for thermal coal around the world.
In recent weeks, unseasonably cold temperatures throughout Europe and elsewhere have driven up demand for coal used to make electricity.
In addition, April's unseasonably balmy weather, a late Easter and the sentiment-boosting royal wedding helped reverse a 3.5% decline in retail sales in March, but May looks like it has returned to type.
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