out of turn

out of turn  {adv. phr.}
1. Not in regular order; at the wrong time.
John played out of turn.
By taking a day off out of turn, Bob got the schedule mixed up.
2. Too hastily or wrongly; at the wrong time or place; so as to annoy others.
Dick loses friends by speaking out of turn.
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