- n.不得体; 不适当; 不得体的举止; 不正确
- 复数: improprieties;
I was surprised by the impropriety of his remarks.
They were shocked by the impropriety of the young man's action.
Parliament was accused of constitutional impropriety.
Now, he was more concerned about the impropriety of visiting Zeftel at this hour.
Some dim ideas of imprudence or impropriety in the measure seemed to embrass him considerably.
He was , however, so convinced of what he considered to be the impropriety of Eleanor's conduct.
Have you noticed any impropriety in the lab since you've been assigned here?
People even suspected some sort of impropriety in her private life.
I expostulate with her on the impropriety.
He waved off suggestions of impropriety.
Impropriety is the soul of wit.
If there impropriety occurring in this instruction book, the two parties should talke to solve it.
This is also the local economy is highly dependent on another real estate impropriety.
I worried at the impropriety of running the siren so early in the morning.
He refuses to play with company executives or reporters to avoid perceptions of impropriety.
1. an improper demeanor
2. an indecent or improper act
3. an act of undue intimacy