intempestive

Intempestive

In`tem*pes"tive\, a. [L. intempestivus: cf. F. intempestif. See In- not, and Tempestive.] Out of season; untimely. [Obs.] --Burton.

Intempestive bashfulness gets nothing. --Hales.
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