improper

All Adjective
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  • Cross and go below - cross as above and go outside below one couple, ending improper.
  • Improper construction here can cause the most damage to one's foot.
  • One improper connection could take down the whole network and finding the source of the trouble was difficult.
  • When this is the case, the prior is called an improper prior.
  • Through his newspaper he waged war on those activities he thought improper.
  • However, in general, any expression of anger is improper in the presence of others.
  • Numbers of players were soon dropped due to improper travel documents.
  • Although he was never found to be doing anything improper or asked to step down, he did have business interests within the region.
  • The most important division is probably between material, simple, personal, and improper supposition.
  • A common problem in most companies is the improper maintenance of the FAR.
  • She finished third in the all-around final after an improper landing in the balance beam event.
  • The Russian medical diagnosis, due to improper medical equipment, is less than one year.
  • Broadcast journalists and other critics say the show is an improper use of government resources.
  • The least and greatest faces are called improper faces; all others faces are proper faces.
  • The purpose of this is to maintain a neighborhood character or prevent improper use of the land.
  • These authorities believed that it was therefore improper for part-white children to live as Aboriginal people.
  • Many engines have suffered such failure where improper fuel delivery is present.
  • This is so even if there is no improper motive or purpose, and no personal advantage to the director.
  • People may feel that it is improper to, for example, tell their blind child to look at them when they are speaking.
  • Improper preparation for such a sport can cause injury to both horse and rider.
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Words starting with improper

Meaning of improper

  • adjective Not suitable or right or appropriate
    slightly improper to dine alone with a married man, improper medication, improper attire for the golf course