Definition of unseasonable
1 : occurring at other than the proper time : untimely
2 : not being in season
3a : not normal for the season of the year unseasonable weatherb : marked by unseasonable weather an unseasonable summer
unseasonablyplay \ˌən-ˈsēz-nə-blē, -ˈsē-zən-ə-\ adverb
Examples of unseasonable in a Sentence
an unseasonable snowstorm in early November
Recent Examples of unseasonable from the Web
On Feb. 24, the mercury soared to an unseasonable high of 63, and it was followed by highs of 64, 61 and finally the all-time February high of 75 degrees on Feb. 27.
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First Known Use of unseasonable
UNSEASONABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unseasonable for English Language Learners
of weather : not normal for a certain time of year : not seasonable
UNSEASONABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of unseasonable for Students
: happening or coming at the wrong time unseasonable weather
unseasonably\-blē\ adverb unseasonably warm
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