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Definition of "indecorousness" [in•de•co•rous•ness]

  • The quality of being indecorous. (noun)

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Use "indecorousness" in a sentence
  • "But suddenly Toni became aware of the indecorousness of her conduct."
  • "It was a thorough search, and a piece of indecorousness which she excused on the ground of being afraid the Prince's executors might find a will which made her the sole heir, to the exclusion of the Duc d'Aumale."
  • "From these clauses it appears that, in principle, choirs composed of men and women are not inadmissible; however, the desirability of banishing every possible occasion of indecorousness from the church renders it preferable to employ boys, rather than women in choirs."