inappropriately : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i nuh pro pree uht lee

  • r  in an inappropriate manner
    he was inappropriately dressed

  • Nobody has suggested yet that Karr behaved inappropriately with his students in Thailand.
  • In 1995 a federal appeals court upheld the overturn of a death sentence in a Colorado kidnap-rape-murder case because jurors had inappropriately brought in extraneous material .
  • The New York Senator complained that when Obama defended the value of hopeful rhetoric by referencing King, he was inappropriately comparing himself with the civil rights leader .
News & Articles


  • Dan Lungren in TIME
    There is not one iota of evidence that the companies acted inappropriately whatsoever,said Rep. Dan Lungren, R-Calif.
  • Robert Gates in ABC News (blog)
    Gates said he had received complaints from both President Bush and President Obama about "senior Defense officials, both civilian and military, speaking out inappropriately on foreign-policy issues."
  • ED Hill in
    Hill said some people "thought I had personally characterized it inappropriately. I regret that. It was not my intention and I certainly did not mean to associate the word `terrorist' in any way with Sen. Obama and his wife."

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