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Use "improperly" in a sentence
"I would guess there was some consternation when Spain "improperly" acquired the area from the indigenous people."
"Funny, though, that the freedom to buy drugs, some of which can kill you if used improperly, is so much more controversial here than the freedom to buy a gun, any of which can kill a lot of people when used exactly as intended … novakant Says:"
"This time around, the neurotic dimwit who raises his voice improperly is one Jackie Moon, the owner/coach/power forward of the Tropics, and ABA franchise in the bustling metropolis of Flint, Michigan."