from The Century Dictionary.
- Unseasonable; untimely.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete Out of season; untimely.
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Untimely, happening at an inappropriate moment.
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It claims to have Michel Foucault as one of its "friends," and states that "it's time to free her eminence Judith Butler from intempestive, systematic and unappropriate quotations, misunderstanding and misinterpreting discourses. let's set Judith free. now."
Multi intempestive ab haemorrhoidibus curati, melancholia corrupti sunt.
 Luxus funerum shall be taken away, that intempestive expense moderated, and many others.
 Levinus Lemnius reckons up three things which generally disturb the peace of marriage: the first is when they marry intempestive or unseasonably, as many mortal men marry precipitately and inconsiderately, when they are effete and old: the second when they marry unequally for fortunes and birth: the third, when a sick impotent person weds one that is sound, novae nuptae spes frustratur: many dislikes instantly follow.
He would have some discreet men to dissuade them, after the fury of passion is a little spent, or by absence allayed; for it is as intempestive at first, to give counsel, as to comfort parents when their children are in that instant departed; to no purpose to prescribe narcotics, cordials, nectarines, potions,
Aucune inquietude ni des parents (notre Pinku ne fout rien normal c un gros fainéant), ni du medecin 'tu es jeune c pour ca que tu besoin de beaucoup de sommeil' tout ca malgres les plainte intempestive du Pinku ... mais on s'en fout de c'que tu dis gros molasson!
The middle classes were spending the greater part of their time in devising methods by which the exorbitant and intempestive demands of the collectors could be either evaded or, more rarely, complied with.
You promised upon a thousand occasions to pay your share of the interest for ever, and now like a defaulter you abandon your post and destroy half the revenue of our firm by one intempestive and thoughtless act!
I felt that Marjorie might overdo it: also that Conky, who loved the sound of his voice, might be tempted to soothe the old man with intempestive gusts of song.
Not the former; for our divines teach, (357) that _scandalum datum_ riseth sometimes, _ex facto in se adiaphoro_, when it is done _intempestive, contra charitatis regulam_.