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impropriety (n.)

1610s, "quality or fact of being improper," from French impropriété (16c.) or directly from Latin improprietas "impropriety," from improprius "improper" (see improper). As "improper thing," 1670s.

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Definitions of impropriety

impropriety (n.)
an improper demeanor;
Synonyms: improperness
impropriety (n.)
the condition of being improper;
impropriety (n.)
an indecent or improper act;
Synonyms: indecency
impropriety (n.)
an act of undue intimacy;
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