Answer: unbecoming; unseemly
Word Origin late 17th century: from Latin indecorus (from in- 'not' + decorus 'seemly') + -ous.
Scrabble Points: 13
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Indecorous definition is - not decorous : conflicting with accepted standards of good conduct or good taste. How to use indecorous in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of indecorous .
Some common synonyms of indecorous are improper indelicate unbecoming and unseemly. While all these words mean "not conforming to what is accepted as right fitting or in good taste " indecorous suggests a violation of accepted standards of good manners.
Indecorous definition not decorous; violating generally accepted standards of good taste or propriety; unseemly. See more.
Define indecorous. indecorous synonyms indecorous pronunciation indecorous translation English dictionary definition of indecorous. adj. Lacking propriety or decorum. See Synonyms at unse...