Meaning of indecorousness in English:


Pronunciation /ɪnˈdɛk(ə)rəsnəs/


See indecorous

‘Overall these features create a sense of the indecorousness of worldly self-assertion, or perhaps, more grandly, of the potential blasphemy of human undertaking as a whole.’
  • ‘Yet the charges of indecorousness leveled at these women poets repeat a fixed set of abstract grievances.’
  • ‘A certain bellicosity and indecorousness characterize the operations of the office.’
  • ‘It reflects not merely indecorousness but also a contempt for the law.’
  • ‘To make matters worse, there are two separate occasions of vociferous abuse from the monsignor and they don't make for pretty listening or viewing, though they are (by virtue of their wild indecorousness and unseemliness) utterly riveting.’