at the wrong time

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You always manage to do things at the wrong time," continued Vera.
Perhaps my mother may have been superstitious of the moon and looked upon it over the wrong shoulder at the wrong time.
They buy alarm-clocks (artful contrivances that go off at the wrong time and alarm the wrong people).
It was carried carefully from house to house, as if it were itself a child; my mother made much of it, smoothed it out, petted it, smiled to it before putting it into the arms of those to whom it was being lent; she was in our pew to see it borne magnificently (something inside it now) down the aisle to the pulpit-side, when a stir of expectancy went through the church and we kicked each other's feet beneath the book-board but were reverent in the face; and however the child might behave, laughing brazenly or skirling to its mother's shame, and whatever the father as he held it up might do, look doited probably and bow at the wrong time, the christening robe of long experience helped them through.
Pitt had very nearly made him; but he ratted always at the wrong time.
I tried to keep my eyes shut, but they would open just at the wrong time.
There are things that are right to say, but that may be said at the wrong time and to the wrong people.
His rela-tives said: "He was at the right place at the wrong time, doing what he loved best on a beautiful summer's day.
It wasn't Craig Cooke who was in the wrong place at the wrong time, it was you two who were in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Sabrina Moss, of Neasden, north west London, who was gunned down early yesterday, is believed to have been caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, a senior officer said.
The BBC said: "They are in the wrong place, at the wrong time, with the wrong skills.
According to NPR, a consumer alerted the company that its placebo pills were misplaced in the blister packs, which could cause women to take the wrong pills at the wrong time and become inadvertently pregnant.