Impropriety meaning

ĭm'prə-prī'ĭ-tē
The definition of an impropriety is an improper behavior.

An example of an impropriety is a woman wearing a wedding dress to someone else's wedding.

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The quality or condition of being improper.
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An improper act.
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An improper or unacceptable usage in speech or writing.
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The quality of being improper.
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Improper action or behavior.
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An improper or unacceptable use of a word or phrase (Ex.: “borrow” for “lend”)
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(uncountable) The condition of being improper.
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(countable) An improper act.
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Improper language.
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Origin of impropriety

  • From French impropriété, from Latin improprietas
    From Wiktionary