indecorum definition

  • noun:
    • Lack of propriety or great taste; impropriety.
    • a case of indecorous behavior or activity.
    • Indecorous behavior, or even the state to be indecorous
    • not enough decorum; impropriety of behavior; that in behavior or manners which violates the established guidelines of civility, customized, or etiquette; indecorousness.
    • An indecorous or unbecoming activity.
    • Lack of decorum; impropriety of behavior; violation of the accepted guidelines of conduct.
    • An indecorous or unbecoming act; a breach of decorum.
    • Synonyms Indecorum, Indelicacy, Indecency. An indecorum violates a rule or guidelines of civility or purchase: as, it really is an indecorum to interrupt a speaker in debate; an indelicacy and an indecency are a decreased and a top degree of violation of the rules of modesty: because, there would be a manifest indelicacy, not to imply indecency, in his putting himself forward for a public office; indelicacies or indecencies in speech or activity. Indecency is employed instead easily for anything shameful in conduct.
    • deficiencies in decorum
    • an act of undue intimacy

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