premature buzz over Girls built into a mountain of hype that was unscalable for Dunham.
premature infants in neonatal intensive care are at high risk for infection.
premature, perhaps; why, yes, but one who is starving is not wont to feel reluctance at the suggestion of food.
premature playing at passion had been sport with edged tools.
premature fatigue is usually caused by undue muscular contraction.
premature despair and the deepest discouragement have been my constant portion.
premature delivery of a living calf occurred April 9, 80 days after the first inoculation.
premature insurrection in Calabria, Italy, suppressed, and twenty leaders executed.
premature burial is said to be very common, among the Moors.
premature and defective development is a symptom closely allied to the two preceding.
mid-15c., from Latin praematurus "early ripe" (as fruit), "too early, untimely," from prae "before" (see pre-) + maturus "ripe, timely" (see mature (v.)). Related: Prematurely; prematurity; prematuration. Premature ejaculation is attested from 1848; Latin euphemism ejaculatio praecox dates to 1891 in English but was used earlier in German and appears to have been, at first at least, the psychologist's term for it.
premature pre·ma·ture (prē'mə-tyur', -tur', -chur')
Occurring or developing before the usual or expected time.
Born after a gestation period of less than the normal time, especially, in human infants, after a period of less than 37 weeks.