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more proper

adjective as in individual, personal

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Example Sentences

You should go yourself, my dear, that would be more proper than leaving these things to the care of a servant.

Instead of executor administrator was written, it being in that case the more proper and usual term in the law.

Can himself assign a more proper subject of pastoral than the Saturnia regna, the age and scene of this kind of poetry?

Nothing more simple, nothing more proper in the meridian of Paris; and does propriety change with meridians?

The philosopher is right when he says that it is more proper to apply negative attributes to God than positive.


On this page you'll find 292 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to proper, such as: appropriate, convenient, decent, fitting, good, and legitimate.

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