Definition of "dacent" [dacent]
- (adjective) decent
Use "dacent" in a sentence
- "After this, few or none joined it; for it is esteemed by no means "dacent" to do so after mass, because, in that case, the matter is ascribed to an evasion of the offerings; but those whose delay has not really been occasioned by this motive, make it a point to pay them at the grave-yard, or after the interment, and sometimes even on the following day -- so jealous are the peasantry of having any degrading suspicion attached to their generosity."
- "‘Go on thin, and be quick with it; but don’t talk to dacent people about robbers any more."
- "God bless your honour and good night! and may you find dacent quarters in the"