immodest[ ih-mod-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF immodest
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Everything even yet looks so immodest on those vast stretches.
The remonstrant of 1800 said "indelicate," of 1850 "immodest," of 1900 "impractical."
The sense in which it is misused is that of immodest, indecent.
It was easy for her to believe that she had been immodest and forward in her solicitude.
I think you're the most immodest—I'm ashamed that you're my daughter.
I hope I am not immodest in saying that I think I have, in some degree, done this.
She instituted that immodest "The" with her own hand; she did not wait for somebody else to think of it.
My proposition would be immodest if it concealed any afterthought.
The innocence and nakedness are resumed—they are neither modest nor immodest.
So we do not say inmodest and inpartial, but immodest and impartial.
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