indecorum


in·de·co·rum

noun \ˌin-di-ˈkr-əm\

Definition of INDECORUM

1
:  something that is indecorous
2
:  lack of decorum :  impropriety

Examples of INDECORUM

  1. <the thoughtless indecorum of wearing a floor-length white dress as a guest at a wedding>

Origin of INDECORUM

Latin, neuter of indecorus
First Known Use: 1575

Rhymes with INDECORUM

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