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  • Their pay was usually above average and they could make a decent living.
  • He would also call it one of the few decent games on the platform.
  • Although being born into a famous family, she cannot seem to get a decent acting job.
  • Eventually, the track was completed to a decent standard and remains well maintained in most places.
  • Its vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
  • In the field, he had decent range and an above-average arm.
  • Don't let even a half way decent spot go by. Cited from The Aeroplane Boys on the Wing, by John Luther Langworthy
  • In addition, the party reached decent relations with Soviet Union during his term.
  • People who could get jobs simply left for places with work and a decent quality of life.
  • But he felt these were not decent enough to be a good gift.
  • It was felt by some that one day he would become a decent and just politician.
  • There is also a decent number state-run schools and colleges in the area.
  • Despite decent reviews from critics, it did not do well at the box office.
  • There has been a decent growth in the number of schools.
  • Their simple twin demand was for a decent home and a small piece of land.
  • She accomplished this by teaching music and acting, and eventually became a decent actor herself.
  • The club also had several decent campaigns in Europe under his management.
  • The tour did decent business then moved to the UK.
  • Their vision is "a world where everyone has a decent place to live".
  • He freed our people from a moral crisis and united all decent forces.
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Meaning of decent

  • adjective Conforming to conventions of sexual behavior
    speech in this circle, if not always decent, never became lewd"- George Santayana