The indecorous Elizabethans regarded this custom almost entirely from the point of view of decorum and morality.
We cannot follow them and listen to their conversation—that would be indecorous.
The sight struck him as indecorous in the extreme, and he turned his eyes away.
To make such a fuss, also, about your religion seemed to her indecorous and absurd.
The legal gentlemen, I suspect, were responsible for this indecorous zeal, which I never afterwards remarked in a similar party.
A 65 very good showing, in these relaxed and indecorous days.
I supposed so only, for it would have been indecorous to inquire into the meaning of what I saw.
It would have been horrible, it would have been indecorous, to ask Kamarowsky for money.
Wouldn't it be considered scandalous, or at least indecorous, if it were to leak out now?
You may be thankful it was my indecorous, unfeminine self, and not any of the proprieties.