impropriety

[ im-pruh-prahy-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF impropriety

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPROPRIETY

It was not a wise thing to do, but her anger prevented her from seeing its impropriety.

The impropriety of the whole proceeding had only struck her as she opened the door.

Madame, you see, despaired by now of controlling the impropriety of her niece's expressions.

I think there is now no impropriety in stating that it is to her that the poem "Memories" refers.

There was, then, an impropriety in my living at Aix as I did?

I stopped, for already I saw the impropriety of my question.

Would there be any impropriety in my writing to Mr.—Sir Harry Elphinstone?

Then he could come home to her and talk of the impropriety of dancing!

His wife's taking his arm in walking was also regarded as the height of impropriety!

But I am sure Mrs. Linwood would not have sanctioned an impropriety.

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