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Adjective
Unsuitable or inappropriate or a given purpose or situation
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“During the festive season, injuries result from improper use of fireworks.”
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Not acceptable by, or not in accordance with, accepted standards or rules
“But I am criticizing Mr. Beck, because I think it was a highly improper use of union funds in this way, for his own direct financial benefit.”
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Lacking in modesty or decency by normal social standards
“That sort of behavior was highly improper for a lady of good breeding and even bluer bloodlines.”
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Lacking in sophistication, refinement or grace
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“Her traitorous belly rumbled noisily, making uncouth and improper sounds in the silent room.”
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Vulgar or obscene in nature
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“Lord Rockwell hopes a few nights at the Chateau Debauchery will sate his inconvenient desire for the woman he propositioned a year ago, or will his improper proposition make things worse?”
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Brazen or forward in one's behavior or approach
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“Was it possible that she had actually suggested something so very brazen and improper even as a joke?”
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Illegal or unlawful in nature
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“The company could also claim that any investigation was tainted by the improper theft of its documents.”
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Dishonest or immoral in one's character or conduct
“They had a duty to know what Synanon was doing and to ensure that this type of systematic criminal and improper conduct did not occur.”
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Depraved, perverted or extremely wrong in a moral sense
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“In the same manner, if one's mind is perverted and improper, his heart becomes unreasonable.”
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Characterized by, or suggestive of, adultery
“Had Alex been having an improper affair with one of the staff and was now leaving to avoid being busted?”
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(of a falsehood) Concocted to deceive others
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Not legally valid or binding
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Not admissible, especially as evidence or as an argument
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Extremely difficult to endure or tolerate
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Lacking piety or respect for the sacred
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In violation of one or more of the rules and conventions of a language as defined by the grammar
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Very severe or serious
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