improperly[ im-prop-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF improperly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPROPERLY
"By their improperly intelligent expression," returned Phil.
The first of these words is often improperly used for the second.
That is all-powerful, but I will not employ it unseasonably or improperly.
There is likewise a small-sized partridge, which is improperly called the quail.
I think Renée behaved most improperly this evening; that's all.
Capt. G. And since when have I been treating you improperly?
On the other hand, it is clear that a poem may be improperly brief.
These combinations are, not improperly, ranked among the prepositions.
The Preposition iar has here been improperly confounded with air on.
One reason that onions are so unpopular is that so often they are improperly cooked.