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in-dĕcens , tis, adj.,
I.unseemly, unbecoming, indecent, improper, unsightly, ugly (post-Aug. and poet.).
I. Of persons: “numquid indecens sum?Petr. 128; Mart. 5, 14, 7. —
II. Of things: “nasus,Mart. 2, 11, 4: “morbus,id. 11, 61, 13: “risus,Suet. Claud. 30: “morae,Quint. 11, 3, 158: “nihil est tam indecens quam, etc.,id. 10, 2, 19; cf. 11, 1, 82.—Hence, indĕcenter , adv., unbecomingly, indecently, disgracefully (post-Aug. and poet.): “non indecenter efferri,Quint. 1, 5, 64: “lusca,Mart. 12, 22, 1. — Comp.: “numquam vidi hominem beatum indecentius,Sen. Ep. 27.—Sup.: “intersistere indecentissime,Quint. 8, 3, 45.
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