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Spell check of improper

Correct spelling: improper

strange, haywire, mistaken, villainous, bad, irregular, aberrant, nonconforming, eccentric, extraordinary, funny, debased, irreverent, suggestive, divergent, oddball, wrongdoing, inharmonious, impudent, inapposite, sinister, immoral, lawbreaking, freakish, perverse, unique, indelicate, agree, uncustomary, wicked, usual, amiss, inopportune, corrupt, unhappy, illegal, singular, outlandish, flawed, undue, discrepant, ill-advised, unfit, anomalous, reprehensible, illicit, sinful, lewd, uncomely, blameworthy, erroneous, out, inept, discordant, peculiar, unwarranted, untypical, inexpedient, inappropriate, graceless, immodest, unbecoming, black, degenerate, disrespectful, depraved, smutty, untrue, incorrect, evildoing, insolent, impertinent, awry, untimely, debauched, quirky, out-of-the-way, curious, exceptional, off, felonious, oddity, unlawful, base, ill-timed, outlawed, wrongful, deranged, shocking, awkward, inapplicable, unapt, fey, iniquitous, mismatch, crazy, indecent, faulty, damnable, unbefitting, erratic, unusual, fallacious, bizarre, naughty, outlaw, different, out of the ordinary, infelicitous, incongruous, unfamiliar, abnormal, unconventional, inapt, ill-matched, deviant, atypical, scandalous, inaccurate, illegitimate, imprudent, malapropos, unseasonable, preposterous, wrong, crosspatch, unsuitable, ludicrous, inconsistent, idiosyncratic, misdoing, incompatible, false, obnoxious, criminal, novel, inadvisable, unseemly, indecorous, untoward, uncommon, odd, unsuited, misfit, sadistic.

companionate, commendable, passable, straight-laced, felicitous, priggish, prim, fitting, becoming, prissy, permitted, relative, OK, fit, adequate, happy, puritanical, tight-laced, correct, straitlaced, sanctioned, apposite, kosher, allowed, exemplary, regular, fine, apt, apropos, harmonious, relevant, fortunate, endorsed, befitting, halal, irreproachable, straightlaced, strait-laced, decent, tolerable, consonant, material, victorian, creditable, congenial, abetted, satisfactory, acceptable, suitable, congruous, pointed, authorized, blameless, compatible, prudish, right, genteel, approved, all right, licensed, decorous, opportune, balanced, respectable, square-toed, pat, appropriate, meet, proper, seasonable, germane, supported, timely, comme il faut, seemly, applicable, comely, promoted, encouraged.

Examples of usage:

1) It is the improper care of oneself when he is not working that does the damage. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.

2) Had this been the case, in the sense in which he meant it to be understood, it would look like an insane, or at least very improper, act. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

3) This admiration of theirs must needs proceed from the author himself, for the translator has thrown him down as far as harsh numbers, improper English, and a monstrous length of verse could carry him. - "Early Theories of Translation", Flora Ross Amos.