informality

[ in-fawr-mal-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF informality

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFORMALITY

They were in the white flannels and blue coats which Diana's informality permitted.

The informality possible in country entertaining is its greatest charm.

The gaoler, on some plea of informality, refused to receive him.

But some informality—I have never been able to understand what it was—had occurred at Constance.

His Regiment, through some Red-tape informality, has been without tents.

This informality of which I am so fond has often grieved and offended Alice.

The informality and freedom of these meetings made them attractive.

He had an admiration and respect for him that seemed to forbid the informality of "Matthew."

There is an informality about a buckboard that communicates itself at once to conduct.

One must have lived in the Neighborhood to appreciate the informality of all this.

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