Definition of 'indecent'
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It emerged that he has a conviction for indecent exposure. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When he was arrested, police discovered he was sharing more than 30,000 indecent images online. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We think there ought to be more indecent pictures painted. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They did think five of the photos indecent. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Thousands of indecent images were found on his computer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In contrast the funeral staff had indecent amounts of fun. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Football moves on with almost indecent haste. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There could be no possible footage of us being part of something indecent. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They face up to a year in prison if convicted of indecent exposure. The Sun (2012)Sending indecent pictures online without consent of the recipient carries a maximum sixmonth sentence. The Sun (2013)It is possible an indecent photograph was sent. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But let us not move with too indecent haste from one challenge to the next. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It concerns a man on trial for indecent exposure. Times, Sunday Times (2015)With indecent haste, we both scrambled up to his bedroom. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Still the finger tugged at her, and there was something suddenly indecent in the gesture which revolted her. A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990 (1990)
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Translations for 'indecent'
British English: indecent ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as indecent, you mean that it is shocking and offensive.
He accused her of making an indecent suggestion.
Definition of indecent from the Collins English Dictionary
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