impropriate


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Related to impropriate: inappropriate

impropriate

vb
(Ecclesiastical Terms) (tr) to transfer (property, rights, etc) from the Church into lay hands
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) transferred in this way
[C16: from Medieval Latin impropriāre to make one's own, from Latin im- in-2 + propriāre to appropriate]
imˌpropriˈation n
imˈpropriˌator n
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impropriate


Past participle: impropriated
Gerund: impropriating

Imperative
impropriate
impropriate
Present
I impropriate
you impropriate
he/she/it impropriates
we impropriate
you impropriate
they impropriate
Preterite
I impropriated
you impropriated
he/she/it impropriated
we impropriated
you impropriated
they impropriated
Present Continuous
I am impropriating
you are impropriating
he/she/it is impropriating
we are impropriating
you are impropriating
they are impropriating
Present Perfect
I have impropriated
you have impropriated
he/she/it has impropriated
we have impropriated
you have impropriated
they have impropriated
Past Continuous
I was impropriating
you were impropriating
he/she/it was impropriating
we were impropriating
you were impropriating
they were impropriating
Past Perfect
I had impropriated
you had impropriated
he/she/it had impropriated
we had impropriated
you had impropriated
they had impropriated
Future
I will impropriate
you will impropriate
he/she/it will impropriate
we will impropriate
you will impropriate
they will impropriate
Future Perfect
I will have impropriated
you will have impropriated
he/she/it will have impropriated
we will have impropriated
you will have impropriated
they will have impropriated
Future Continuous
I will be impropriating
you will be impropriating
he/she/it will be impropriating
we will be impropriating
you will be impropriating
they will be impropriating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been impropriating
you have been impropriating
he/she/it has been impropriating
we have been impropriating
you have been impropriating
they have been impropriating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been impropriating
you will have been impropriating
he/she/it will have been impropriating
we will have been impropriating
you will have been impropriating
they will have been impropriating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been impropriating
you had been impropriating
he/she/it had been impropriating
we had been impropriating
you had been impropriating
they had been impropriating
Conditional
I would impropriate
you would impropriate
he/she/it would impropriate
we would impropriate
you would impropriate
they would impropriate
Past Conditional
I would have impropriated
you would have impropriated
he/she/it would have impropriated
we would have impropriated
you would have impropriated
they would have impropriated
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References in classic literature ?
But that honor, perhaps were not fit for monarchies; except it be in the person of the monarch himself, or his sons; as it came to pass in the times of the Roman emperors, who did impropriate the actual triumphs to themselves, and their sons, for such wars as they did achieve in person; and left only, for wars achieved by subjects, some triumphal garments and ensigns to the general.
In fact, Mr Waititu took advantage of presiding over Madaraka Day in his county to dress down Dr Nyoro, which was most impropriate.
PML-N's Rana Muhammad Iqbal said that it was impropriate to pass remarks carrying dual meanings against a political opponent.
A multi-tiered cake, live entertainment, a fairy-tale themed event, and tables laden with food and expensive goodie bags, the crore-plus birthday of a toddler, would it be sassily impropriate to say that it was not merely a manifestation of parents' love for their firstborn but also the occasion for the display of their affluence?
Hence, most factors that contributed to such a fall include the current war which has scared all the international investors to move out of the country; an creased corruption in institutions which evidence are misuse of letters of credit, medical approvals; the Central Bank's weak implementation of monetary policies 'led to impropriate management of the official interest rate; inflation and foreign exchange rate, control of currency circulation (lack of proper internal and external currency regulation), proper loans giving, ideal keeping of gold or hard currency reserves and supervision of the banking industry'.
Bility, who has completed is second term, vows that he would not seek a third term, but stresses that the issue of protest against nationality is impropriate and uncalled for in the contemporary time and age.
Is it possible that with a little bit of caution and knowledge of history that the 'foremost place' is not impropriate for SL?
Gender roles are usually neither appropriate nor impropriate; they are only erroneous simplifications of a person's traits as male or female.
Spanos (2011) blamed the impropriate statistical model specification and validation, such as the theory-driven approach, and advocated the error statistical approach and the use of general-to-specific procedures.
Interestingly, we also observed a positive correlation between EVs density and urine creatinine concentration in NRF and CD, in contrast to those with more advanced disease stage (RF) or impropriate treatment (UD).