Definition of impropriety in English:

impropriety

Syllabification: im·pro·pri·e·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌimprəˈprī-itē
 
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noun (plural improprieties)

Origin

early 17th century (also in the sense 'inaccuracy, incorrectness'): from French impropriété or Latin improprietas, from improprius (see improper).

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