Definition of inopportunely in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɪnɒpəˈtjuːnli//ɪnˈɒpətjuːnli/


  • See inopportune

    • ‘Relief came at last in March: ironically, the first rains arrived inopportunely at grape harvest time in South Australia and Victoria.’
    • ‘If they have lost their quasi-central bank status, there are momentous ramifications that will become inopportunely relevant during the next unfolding liquidity/financial crisis.’
    • ‘He pushed back against her, finding that he had been placed inopportunely at the end of the alley way that had no escape and on top of ice.’
    • ‘And if you stopped waggling your hips in that inopportunely distracting manner, perhaps Derrick could concentrate on something other than sex for a mere five minutes.’
    • ‘Brown began with a plan and had a committed investor on board who inopportunely backed out at the last minute.’