[ UK /ɪmˈɒdəsti/ ]
  1. the perverse act of exposing and attracting attention to your own genitals
  2. the trait of being vain and conceited
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How To Use immodesty In A Sentence

  • But this upsurge in immodesty applies to child rearing as well. Letters to the Editor
  • Wry jokes are whispered; remarks are made about the wigs (called sheitels) that the married Orthodox women wear to avoid the ‘immodesty’ of displaying their real hair.
  • The stories about 'amma', 'names of Indian business', 'Indian laws against immodesty', 'hindu religion and priests' were characterised in a such a way by cenk which made Indian / hindu culture look ridiculous and cruel. The Young Turks
  • If we’re immodest in our dress, we may cause the world to believe that their immodesty is permissible in God’s eyes, thus “approving of” their own immodesty. SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 1027
  • Speaking to his new hires, Hastings lets slip a rare glimpse of immodesty.
  • Except the fifth elegy, which is tainted with immodesty, the others, particularly the first, are highly beautiful, and may be placed in competition with any other productions of the elegiac kind. The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Volume 02: Augustus
  • Unhappy with her 'immodesty', a fellow beachgoer called a cop, who arrested her for indecent exposure.
  • Adriana asked, bracing herself for more of his charmingly unrestrained immodesty.
  • ‘Paul has already made them see the unfitness of the unveiled head for woman, its immodesty and unwomanliness, and now, with that impression on their minds, he asks if it is proper to pray to God in such unseemly fashion’.
  • (Applause) Without boasting, without any kind of immodesty, that is how we Cuban revolutionaries understand our internationalist duty. TRICONTINENTAL CONFERENCE
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