What is another word for unseasonable?

Pronunciation: [ʌnsˈiːzənəbə͡l] (IPA)

Unseasonable is a word that is commonly used to describe something that is inappropriate or abnormal for a certain season. However, there are many other words that can be used instead of unseasonable, depending on the context in which the word is being used. Some synonyms for unseasonable include untimely, inappropriate, irregular, abnormal, atypical, unexpected, unanticipated, and inexpedient. Each of these words carry different meanings and are used to describe situations that are not typical of a given season or circumstance. Synonyms are helpful in expanding your vocabulary and choosing the right word to convey a specific meaning.

Synonyms for Unseasonable:

What are the hypernyms for Unseasonable?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for unseasonable?

The word 'unseasonable' indicates something that is not appropriate or suitable for a particular season. Antonyms for this word would be phrases that mean the opposite, such as 'seasonable', 'timely', or 'appropriate'. These words indicate that something is happening at the right time, or is suitable for the current season. Other antonyms might include 'good timing', 'well-timed', 'correct timing', or 'perfect timing'. Using these antonyms can help convey a positive message about an event or situation, as they suggest that everything is happening as it should be, and according to plan.

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Usage examples for Unseasonable

But this was unseasonable, it ought to be fairly cool at the time of year.
"From Edinburgh to India & Burmah"
William G. Burn Murdoch
"Wintry growth" means unseasonable or untimely development.
"Dickens As an Educator"
James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes
He roused himself from this unseasonable musing and with a final glance at the familiar setting of his past, turned to face the future which the last hours had prepared for him.
"The Greater Inclination"
Edith Wharton

Famous quotes with Unseasonable

  • Anger that has no limit causes terror, and unseasonable kindness does away with respect. Be not so severe as to cause disgust, nor so lenient as to make people presume.
    Saadi Shirazi
  • The craving for office with which statesmen are so often reproached is, perhaps, in the more active of them, quite as much a craving for business as for emolument or power; and their unseasonable love of business grows out of their forfeiture of the love of leisure. Rarely as well as fortunately endowed by nature is that man who can love one or the other according to his occasions.
    Henry Taylor
  • 3064. Be not always hot, and hasty in managing thy Affairs. Prudent Pauses forward Business : There is sometimes more Skill shewed by a Physician in not Prescribing, than in Prescribing. And there is no better Remedy for some Diseases, than to let them alone : for unseasonable meddling with them, may hinder their proceeding to a Crisis, and at long Run they will mend of themselves.
    Thomas Fuller (writer)

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