Mature or ripe before the proper time; as, the premature fruits of a hotbed.
Happening, arriving, existing, or performed before the proper or usual time; adopted too soon; too early; untimely; as, a premature fall of snow; a premature birth; a premature opinion; premature decay.
Arriving or received without due authentication or evidence; as, a premature report.
To surrender to ignorance and call it God has always been premature, and it remains premature today. Isaac Asimov
Never do today what you can do tomorrow. Something may occur to make you regret your premature action. Aaron Burr
Feminism is dated? Yes, for privileged women like my daughter and all of us here today, but not for most of our sisters in the rest of the world who are still forced into premature marriage, prostitution, forced labor - they have children that they don't want or they cannot feed. Isabel Allende
The social sciences were for all those who had not yet decided what to do with their lives, and for all those whose premature frustrations led them into the sterile alleys of confrontation. Peter Ustinov