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inappropriate not right or proper for the time or place; not appropriate.
marshal to arrange in proper order. [1/3 definitions]
neat clean and in proper order, or liking to keep things that way; tidy. [1/3 definitions]
neglect to fail to take proper care of. [1/5 definitions]
negligent not showing proper concern; careless.
nickname a familiar or short form of a proper name, such as "Bob" for "Robert." [1/3 definitions]
on into contact with or into the proper position. [1/20 definitions]
out of joint not joined in a proper or usual manner.
overeat to eat more than a comfortable, proper, or healthy amount.
place a proper position. [1/12 definitions]
position the proper location of a person or thing. [1/7 definitions]
prim correct and proper beyond what is needed.
proper noun a capitalized noun that names a particular person, place, or thing. In the sentence, "I am from Russia," "Russia" is the proper noun.
quack2 a person who pretends do be a doctor, but doesn't have proper training or skill. [1/3 definitions]
right proper; appropriate. [2/21 definitions]
run-down not in proper working order. [1/3 definitions]
scorn to treat as hateful or not proper. [1/3 definitions]
self-respect the proper regard for oneself and one's worth as a person.
set to position for proper operation. [1/19 definitions]
shame a painful feeling brought about by the knowledge that one has done something wrong or not proper. [1/7 definitions]
should used to express someone's opinion of the proper behavior or state of something, even if it is not true in reality. [1/5 definitions]