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This indecorum excited angry curiosity, and drew down stern remonstrance.
LUCRETIA, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
To reconcile to the virtuous spectator this indecorum, most calamitous woes are first depicted as the consequence of illicit love.
THE STRANGERAUGUST VON KOTZEBUE
"The indecorum, Miss Cartwright, has been already committed," said Rosalind.
THE VICAR OF WREXHILLMRS [FRANCES] TROLLOPE
And this doubt is strengthened by the singular indecorum of his having addressed himself to Dr. Maltby.
THE POSTHUMOUS WORKS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. II (2 VOLS)THOMAS DE QUINCEY
As a judge of the Supreme Court his incursion into the field of politics, unheralded, but not unprecedented, was an indecorum.
THE LIFE OF LYMAN TRUMBULLHORACE WHITE
That would have been a weakness which would not only have marked him forever as a cry-baby, but an indecorum too gross for words.
A BOY'S TOWNW. D. HOWELLS
She would think it a positive indecorum to be happy under such circumstances—a want of a proper sense of the fitness of things.
MY WIFE AND IHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
They stood before us as perfectly unconscious of any indecorum as we could be with our clothes on.
MISSIONARY TRAVELS AND RESEARCHES IN SOUTH AFRICADAVID LIVINGSTONE
After all, he gave umbrage only to the priests and the doctors of the law, against whom he declaimed with the greatest indecorum.
ECCE HOMO!PAUL HENRY THIRY BARON D' HOLBACH
The fair queen, meanwhile, diversified her state duties by lecturing her new subjects upon the indecorum of such ill-timed levity.
HEROINES OF THE CRUSADESC. A. BLOSS
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