indecorously


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in·dec·o·rous

 (ĭn-dĕk′ər-əs)
adj.
Lacking propriety or decorum. See Synonyms at unseemly.

in·dec′o·rous·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.indecorously - without decorousnessindecorously - without decorousness      
decorously - in a proper and decorous manner; "he pretended to be pleased and applauded decorously"
Translations

indecorously

[ɪnˈdekərəslɪ] ADVindecorosamente

indecorously

indecorously

[ɪnˈdɛkərəslɪ] advindecorosamente
References in classic literature ?
He was a man of narrow mind and imperfect education, and his uncompromising bigotry was made hot and mischievous by violent and hasty passions; he exerted his influence indecorously and unjustifiably to compass the death of the enthusiasts; and his whole conduct, in respect to them, was marked by brutal cruelty.
At this point of the conversation, a sound, indecorously approaching to a laugh, was heard to proceed from the chair in which the elder Mr.
The girl seemed hardly to know what she was doing; she crossed one leg over the other, lifting it indecorously, and showed every sign of being unconscious that she was in the street.
The penis is indecorously present, yet deadpan, inactive as cultural icon; it hardly makes a statement, one way or another.
His father no longer has to tell his son "what is going on/ Under that thick grey skull," as Heaney rather indecorously put it in the earlier poem.