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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishill-timedˌill-ˈtimed adjective  TIME/RIGHT OR WRONG TIMEhappening, done, or said at the wrong time opp well-timed His remarks were ill-timed.
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ill-timedHis remarks are ill-timed and inappropriate.After an unfortunate and ill-timed brush with the law, it was almost impossible for Marinello to arrest his downward spiral.It was as if an ill-timed or ill-executed gesture on his part and his world would collapse.I should have thought it was very ill-timed to feature this.Choose your method: Stupid penalties, ill-timed turnovers, the works.
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