English words and Examples of Usage

use "premature" in a sentence

We have long known how to prevent some 80 percent of premature deaths.

Other scientists either reject the study outright or call it premature.

Showing a conclusion from the data that is either premature or unrelated.

Seniors older than 75 are not counted in the premature mortality figures.

It's premature to say what this means for veterans right now, Koliatsos said.

That's drawn (somewhat premature) comparisons to Mario Götze and Lionel Messi.

The milk will then be used to help premature and sick babies across the country.

However, the risk of very premature birth - before 32 weeks - rose by 69 percent.

I began with heart disease, as it is the largest cause of premature death in the UK.

Democrats on the panel argued that the hearing was premature and politically driven.

Air pollution contributed to an estimated 1.2 million premature deaths in China in 2010.

Condemning the incident, the U.S. Embassy said it was "premature to speculate on motive."

" But what of the rapidly graying hair and premature wrinkles that seem to beset presidents?

Denise Horn, an Education Department spokeswoman, said the job announcement was “premature.”

People have to die of something in older age, but we want to avoid premature death, Jemal said.

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