10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UNTIMEOUSLY»
Discover the use of untimeously
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to untimeously
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
We doubt not the good mind of the whole Congregation, which is great, as I doubt
not but by others you will understand ; but it is not thought expedient that so
weighty a matter be untimeously disclosed. True and faithful preachers in the
The English dialect dictionary
NJ.l Hence Untimeously, adv. prematurely, unseasonably. Abd. SPALDING 1113!
. .Sc. (1792) II. 104. Lnk. The gusty cock . .. Untimeously was heard, Munoocn
Don't Ly” (1873) 15. Slk. Her hair, untimeously grey. is neatly braided, CuR.
The Harleian Miscellany, Or A Collection of Scarce, Curious, ...
... grey < Hairs, brought forth untimeously by exces* five Grief and Sorrow. Shall
you deck your* self with the finest Needle-work, and most * gorgeous Raiment
possible ; then black4 mouthed Backbiters will readily misconstrue 3 your
The Noctes Ambrosianœ of "Blackwood".
Yet she's decently, yea tidily dressed, puir cretur, in sair-worn widow's claes — ae
single suit for Saturday and Sabbath — her hair untimeously gray, is neatly
braided aneath her crape-cap, across a forehead placid, although it wrinkled be ...
John Wilson, John Gibson Lockhart, William Maginn, 1843
Provincial Antiquities of Scotland
Under the fine Gothic drop called the Star of Bethlem, lies the late beautiful
Countess of Roslin, [born Miss Bouverie,] in whom passed untimeously from the
world so much that was amiable, witty, and accomplished. The author of this
Sir Andrew Wylie, of that ilk, by the author of 'Annals of ...
By the way, to this untimeously sending of the groom, ' thereby hangs a tale,'
which should be told as an anecdote of that singular good nature, which is
peculiar to the members of the royal family. " His Royal Highness was in the
practice of ...
Sketches of the poetical literature of the past half-century ...
A greater perhaps still — Robert Burns — had just untimeously set ; but the
universality of fame which was thereafter for ever to attend that miracle of human
nature, was as yet but slowly irradiating from a local centre : — " First the banks of
M.T. Ciceronis orationes quaedam selectae: in usum delphini, ...
Facilitate] Gentlem.-ss is that virtue by which a ersou shows himself polite and
aflhble to t iose untimeously approachiug him, or making improper inquiries. 10.
Præclara judicum The Roman people had made honourable decisions in favour
Marcus Tullius Cicero, John G. Smart, 1845
By my faith, this bodes us no good," said Blount ; " it must be some perilous cause
puts her Grace in motion thus untimeously. By my counsel, we were best put back
again, and tell the Earl what we have seen." " Tell the Earl what we have seen ...
The Man In The Panther's Skin:
1120"I said (to myself), 'It is notfitting untimeously to carry off and summonthe sun;
the captor willbecome mad and whollylose hiswits.A request should be timely,the
makingof every entreaty.How knowInot that it not a time to converse with this ...