The state or quality of being unseemly or immodest.(noun)
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Use "indecency" in a sentence
"Since the company renovated its premises in the centre of Jerusalem, installing picture windows that let passers-by see the rehearsals, ultra-orthodox Jews in the locality have waged a campaign against what they call the "indecency" of the women dancers."
"How far is the government going in its crackdown on what it calls indecency?"
"COOPER: The government's crackdown on what it calls indecency has created a lot of buzz among our viewers."