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[uhn-see-zuh-nl] /ʌnˈsi zə nl/
not characteristic or typical of a particular season; unseasonable:
unseasonal April snows.
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Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • But this week brought unseasonal gloom as both inflation and unemployment climbed.
  • Reasons for this growth in demand include unseasonal weather patterns and better than expected global economic growth.
  • Chlorosis: this is a loss of chlorophyll in the leaves which will be evidenced by an unseasonal loss of their green color.

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