Meaning of seemliness in English:

seemliness

Pronunciation /ˈsiːmlɪnəs/

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noun

See seemly

‘For an institution whose culture has been built on order and seemliness, it is deeply distressing to learn of serious flaws and even criminal activity within its fold.’
  • ‘There is a sort of seemliness by which you can live your life without having great moral principles.’
  • ‘Hundreds die everyday without the seemliness of a proper investigation since there is never anyone to care.’
  • ‘Then there arises the question of the seemliness of conferring titles of martyrdom on the victims.’
  • ‘Moderation is subdivided into good discipline, seemliness, modesty, and self-control.’