They thanked him profusely for his public service, apologized for Republican hectoring, and complained about decorum.
At a certain point is past the line of decorum, but, you know, this is New York.
Instead of responding with violence of their own, the protestors shut down the port with decorum.
Naomi Campbell and decorum—not words usually spoken together in the same sentence.
The key to understanding George Herbert Walker Bush and what made him tick,” he writes, “was his sense of decorum.
The sun on the following morning had hardly risen to an angle of decorum when I paid my second visit to Master Mahasaya.
He was my mother's only refuge from the decorum of my aunts.
The indecorous Elizabethans regarded this custom almost entirely from the point of view of decorum and morality.
Propriety and decorum were extinguished among the helpless sick.
But the type of decorum one found in a church or temple was utterly beyond them.