unseeming

Related to unseeming: unseeingly

unseeming

(ʌnˈsiːmɪŋ)
adj
obsolete unseemly; not apparent
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Church courts heard many cases concerning the following: the probate of wills and granting of administrations; defamation; unseeming behaviour in church; working on a Sunday; heresy; witchcraft; adultery; fornication; non-payment of church dues (Lewnes) and illegitimacy.
Heather raking through the unpleasant incidences when you were rude, unseeming and insensitive to each other.
One contributor to the previously mentioned Primitive Methodist symposium declared, "No doubt the crass ignorance, the vulgar zeal, the unseeming boldness exhibited by some women preachers of late have pained many pious souls, and have led them to denounce the whole thing.
Heather raking through the unpleasant incidents when you were rude, unseeming and insensitive to each other.