1 indecorous, indelicate, immodest, improper, unbecoming, unsuitable, unfit, inappropriate; in bad taste:
When he proposed marriage she accepted with indecent haste.
2 unseemly, shameless, shameful, offensive, outrageous, repellent, repulsive, distasteful, ill-mannered, rude, suggestive, coarse, risqué, vulgar, blue, obscene, gross, rank, prurient, dirty, foul, filthy, pornographic, ithyphallic, scatological, salacious, lascivious, licentious, lewd, lubricious or lubricous, smutty, vile, degenerate, debauched:
There are always a lot of complaints about indecent language on television.
1 involving naked people, sex, etc.
be | class sth as, consider sth, regard sth as, think sth
photographs that are classed as indecent
That skirt of hers is positively indecent.
2 not morally right
The rush to get hold of their father's money seemed positively indecent.
She started a new relationship with almost indecent haste.
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