Meaning: uncommonly early or before the expected time; "illness led to his premature death"; "alcohol brought him to an untimely end"
Meaning: too soon or too hasty; "our condemnation of him was a bit previous"; "a premature judgment"
Meaning: born after a gestation period of less than the normal time; "a premature infant"
But we aren't anxious to make any premature offers.
No useless or premature scheme had had any encouragement from him.
The snow-storm came also; and the turkey nearly died a natural and premature death from over-eating.
He feels as though he had been carrying on a war against the planet and had triumphed; but his gratulation was premature.
I looked at his intelligent head, furrowed with premature wrinkles that misfortune, perhaps misery, had etched long before.
Hitherto much of the work had been ignorantly and carelessly done, and by the hasty and premature use of explosives more harm than good had been occasioned.
Abruptly it was perfectly clear to him that this revolt against Ostrog was premature, foredoomed to failure, the impulse of passionate inadequacy against inevitable things.
I was romantic, like every other youngish fellow who is not a premature curmudgeon; and there was something indefinitely pleasant in the consciousness that, although a betrothed bride, the young lady still was fancy free: not a bit in love.
These sallies seemed always to constitute a sort of crisis in his indisposition; and, whenever he was induced to such a premature return, he would fall immediately after into a state of the most melancholy inactivity, in which he usually continued for two or three days.