OTHER WORDS FROM informalitysu·per·in·for·mal·i·ty, noun, plural su·per·in·for·mal·i·ties.
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Their arguments are premised on the claim that informality undermines efforts to both slow the spread of the pandemic and boost economic growth.The World Bank and the IMF’s logic on Africa’s informal sector is flawed|Vanessa van den Boogaard|November 10, 2021|Quartz
Rather than being distracting, Fornós says, the ’80s style added a sense of informality and coziness to the meetings.
It’s worth recalling, then, that most cities were born from informality.
Favela residents are already experts in managing informality—some were mapping their communities with pen and paper long before we began our work with 3D scanners.
It’s worth recalling that most cities were born from informality.
Our politics—our culture at large, really—now disincentivizes loose informality when it comes to political coverage.
So far Harry's tour of the Caribbean has been a riot of informality with booze, boogies and broken-down boats a-plenty.
But the trend toward office-place informality is the main factor, I feel.
But this case does not affect the succession, for Baron, on account of some informality perhaps, was never acknowledged at Rome.Ireland Under the Tudors, Vol. II (of 3)|Richard Bagwell
The sixteenth Chapter explains the informality committed after the Judges were nominated.The Life of the Truly Eminent and Learned Hugo Grotius|Jean Lvesque de Burigny
The very informality of a chafing dish supper is its charm, the guests sitting at the table while the dishes are prepared.
Have a "railroad party" if you like the refreshing flavor of informality at your social functions.
She drove her own horse, wrapped in her cloak and with an utter disregard to the informality of her attire.The Gay Cockade|Temple Bailey