Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb rare Untimely; unseasonably.

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  • adverb In an untimely manner; unseasonably.

Etymologies

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untimeous +‎ -ly

Examples

  • After the death of my husband, who came to his end untimeously, I went to live with a daughter of mine, married out among certain Romans who walk about the eastern counties, and with whom for some time I found a home and pleasant society, for they lived right Romanly, which gave my heart considerable satisfaction, who am a Roman born, and hope to die so.

    Lavengro

  • After a meeting of the provincial caucus, the NP also criticised the IFP for acting untimeously.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • ANC members, pointing out the report was handed to them untimeously, agreed with Mr Leon.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • And, fixing her nightcap, she had sighed and said, "I can't close my eyes for dreaming that the poor lad has come to his end untimeously."

    The Manxman A Novel - 1895

  • He bored a hole through the wall at the head of our bed, and awoke us untimeously in the frosty mornings by squirting mysterious streams of water upon us.

    Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895

  • The branches creaked, and the young green leaves were shred untimeously from the beeches.

    Bog-Myrtle and Peat Tales Chiefly of Galloway Gathered from the Years 1889 to 1895

  • In the meantime the third cook can prepare the meals for the establishment and for any chance visitor whom evil fate may have led untimeously into these parts.

    Faces and Places

  • After the death of my husband, who came to his end untimeously, I went to live with a daughter of mine, married out among certain Romans who walk about the eastern counties, and with whom for some time I found a home and pleasant society, for they lived right Romanly, which gave my heart considerable satisfaction, who am a Roman born, and hope to die so.

    Lavengro; the Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

  • After the death of my husband, who came to his end untimeously, I went to live with a daughter of mine, married out among certain Romans who walk about the eastern counties, and with whom for some time I found a home and pleasant society, for they lived right Romanly, which gave my heart considerable satisfaction, who am a Roman born, and hope to die so.

    Lavengro The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

  • After the death of my husband, who came to his end untimeously, I went to live with a daughter of mine, married out among certain Romans who walk about the eastern counties, and with whom for some time I found a home and pleasant society, for they lived right Romanly, which gave my heart considerable satisfaction, who am a Roman born, and hope to die so.

    Lavengro the Scholar - the Gypsy - the Priest

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