- r in a proper and decorous manner
he pretended to be pleased and applauded decorously
- The cop; the taxi driver; tipsy Uncle Billy; the man at the window who watches George court Mary and tells him to "kiss her"; the good-hearted, decorously loose woman (Gloria .
- Tailors snip and snip, masons slap on their lime; steeples and toppers affront the sky, eaves overhang, tails droop decorously down.
- An endlessly languorous coupling between one of the sisters, wearing a teddy, and her piano teacher is decorously filmed at a distance.