unseemly


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Synonyms for unseemly

not in keeping with accepted standards of what is right or proper in polite society

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Note to that camp: We didn't do that not because we found it unseemly, but because it would have been unseemly in how unfunny it would have been.
I hope, as a result, Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom, will catch up with the rest of us now and bring in same-gender marriage because it's rather unseemly that that little bit of, corner of our country, doesn't have quite as liberal laws as the rest.
Certainly, an unseemly spat between Michael van Gerwen and Peter Wright this week raised the temperature in Dublin's Premier League meeting.
Even in Vegas, home of the unseemly union, a good taco-joint-slash-noodle-house is hard to find.
It was an unseemly sight but not as stomach-churning as the image of Stella and Les making whoopee.
The council's newest plans are already proceeding with unseemly haste.
Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini says Iran gave "an unseemly, disproportionate reaction" to the arrest of two of its countrymen.
From managers not being allowed to pick their own players, to obscene transfer fees, to unseemly behind-the-scenes bust ups, our top league is plummeting the depths.
MATTHEW is furious to discover that Rosemary is to be buried next to his father Tom, and an unseemly fight breaks out with Grayson at the graveside during the funeral.
The local authority that enraged traditionalists by deciding to turn Chamberlain Square into a beach and proposing to drape unseemly advertising banners across the Victorian facade of the Museum and Art Gallery, is regaining face by agreeing to refurbish and re-site a vandalised statue of Edward Vll.
But it was unseemly to make political gain out of the Wembley win.
But just when it seemed a grudging acceptance might be necessary of an enthralling contest between these two imposters, a saving grace appears: an unseemly brawl, involving nearly all the players, the managers, coaches, club mascots and canteen staff.
But even if it's legally legitimate, it still seems ethically unseemly.
CELTIC manager Gordon Strachan played down an unseemly spat between captain Neil Lennon and Aiden McGeady at the end of yesterday's 2-1 win at Dunfermline.
But that's just the type of clean sheet the WRU needs - a man untainted by the unseemly infighting and back-stabbing that has become a trade mark of our top rugby executives.