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Definition of "unproper" [un•prop•er]

  • Not proper or peculiar; improper. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "unproper" in a sentence
  • "But that's the thing right there, I never said that "African American" english was "unproper" or "bad" .."
  • "Speaking in Zulu, McIntosh said he apologised to all his "brothers and sisters" in the House for using "unproper" words during the debate on Wednesday afternoon."
  • "While I understand that the photographer and lighting people (excuse my unproper terms, I am not really into this business …. lol) are very skilled and can change a photo, I am exceptionally proud of Ashley."