indecently


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in·de·cent

 (ĭn-dē′sənt)
adj.
1. Offensive to accepted standards of decency or modesty; lewd or vulgar: found the movie to be indecent.
2. Not appropriate or becoming; unseemly: bought up distressed properties with indecent enthusiasm. See Synonyms at unseemly.

in·de′cent·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.indecently - in an indecent manner; "she was rather indecently dressed"
decently - in a decent manner; "they don't know how to dress decently"
Translations

indecently

[ɪnˈdiːsntlɪ] ADV
1. (= obscenely) → indecentemente, de una forma indecente
indecently short skirtsfaldas indecentemente cortas
to indecently assault sbrealizar abusos deshonestos de algn
to indecently expose o.scometer un acto de exhibicionismo
2. (= shockingly) → escandalosamente
she is indecently riches asquerosamente rica

indecently

[ɪnˈdiːsəntli] adv
an indecently short skirt → une jupe si courte que c'en est indécent
[large, hasty] → indécemment
(LAW) to indecently assault sb → attenter à la pudeur de qn

indecently

advunanständig; to be indecently assaultedsexuell missbraucht werden

indecently

[ɪnˈdiːsntlɪ] adv (dress, behave) → indecentemente
References in classic literature ?
He was indeed a thoughtless, giddy youth, with little sobriety in his manners, and less in his countenance; and would often very impudently and indecently laugh at his companion for his serious behaviour.
They would indecently and clamorously interrupt the conversation of their elders, tease them with the most impertinent questions, roughly collar the gentlemen, climb their knees uninvited, hang about their shoulders or rifle their pockets, pull the ladies' gowns, disorder their hair, tumble their collars, and importunately beg for their trinkets.
As an item of news it was not indecently displayed.
Prince Hamlet, recalled to Denmark by the news of his father's death, was plunged into a state of wretched despondency by the shock of that terrible grief and by his mother's indecently hasty marriage to a man whom he detested.
Do we not know that the man who has been born and bred among its wrongs; who has seen in his childhood husbands obliged at the word of command to flog their wives; women, indecently compelled to hold up their own garments that men might lay the heavier stripes upon their legs, driven and harried by brutal overseers in their time of travail, and becoming mothers on the field of toil, under the very lash itself; who has read in youth, and seen his virgin sisters read, descriptions of runaway men and women, and their disfigured persons, which could not be published elsewhere, of so much stock upon a farm, or at a show of beasts:- do we not know that that man, whenever his wrath is kindled up, will be a brutal savage?
On a second occasion, his accuser - now 24 - claimed he indecently assaulted her underneath her towel after she had got out of the bath to dry herself.
A teenager was indecently assaulted as she walked home from a Tyneside Metro station.
Cattermole, who has had no contact with Paul for eight years, had pleaded guilty to twice having sex with one girl and twice indecently assaulting her friend.
A primary school teacher accused of indecently assaulting two pupils at a Midland school told Birmingham Crown Court the allegations were made up by the children.
Prosecuting QC Philip Mateer said James McDermott is charged with four counts of indecently assaulting a teenage boy and four of committing an act of gross indecency with him.
THE jury in the trial of a surgeon accused of indecently assaulting two of his young male patients has been discharged.
Anthony Richard Moreton allegedly twice took the girl to an isolated spot and indecently assaulted her.