Word Meaning

Correct; formal; marked by decorum

Part Of Speech:



Proper   Seemly   Decent   Becoming   Befitting  


Indecorous   Unseemly   Immodest  


  • Agatha, Apted's next film, is a much more decorous and gentle crime film, a fictionalised version of the disappearance of mystery writer Agatha Christie in 1926.

  • After all, she'd essentially refused to look him in the eye earlier, deciding to be proper and decorous instead of curious.

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