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untimely

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuntimelyun‧time‧ly /ʌnˈtaɪmli/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 EARLYDIEhappening too soon or sooner than you expected 🔊 the untimely death of a popular local man 🔊 The announcement brought the meeting to an untimely end.2 TIME/RIGHT OR WRONG TIMEnot suitable for a particular occasion or time 🔊 an untimely interruption
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untimelyZhelev described the strike as untimely and harmful.As to how young William met his untimely death, accounts vary.Before his untimely death in 1991, Freddie Mercury was a brilliant singer and perfomer.The symbols and memories of untimely death lay all around from morning till night.The untimely death of his father did nothing to alter the youngest Charlton's ambition.Students and faculty told fond stories about Daniels and expressed their sorrow at his untimely death.The chain of events I sparked off nearly led to my untimely demise.His grandfather had met an untimely end as the result of too much whisky.an untimely injuryuntimely endHe loathed the sterile ritual of inspections, and this poor devil in his untimely end had saved him from that.
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