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No one has professed greater disgust for baseness of mind or unseemliness of subject.
"Go and get dressed," he said, looking down at her with as little thought of unseemliness as she herself.
CARETTE OF SARKJOHN OXENHAM
Napier himself was too aware of a Peeping-Tom unseemliness in looking in upon these privacies to stand there watching.
THE MESSENGERELIZABETH ROBINS
The utter incongruity and unseemliness of the whole affair from first to last seems incomprehensible at the present day.
These cases come under the head of unseemliness in so far as they show a lack of sense of where to stop.
FOLKWAYSWILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER
The unseemliness of your conduct is not inexcusable; love lay at the source of it; let me think so, and justify you to myself.
THE DUCHESSE DE LANGEAISHONORE DE BALZAC
Apart from its unseemliness, the expression is powerfully appropriate.
They knew the unseemliness of being spectators—nay, they were delicate.
THE COURT OF CACUSALEXANDER LEIGHTON
Why this din, this blocking of the roadways and general unseemliness?
ALONENORMAN DOUGLAS
He was smiling and effusive, talking quickly about nothing, apologising again for the unseemliness of our visit.
THE JERVAISE COMEDYJ. D. BERESFORD

WORDS RELATED TO UNSEEMLINESS

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