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  • proper n. Hypocrisy.
  • proper n. Vacuous, base, and tedious moralism.
  • proper n. Snobbishness; sentimental royalism; idealistic love of class and aristocracy.
  • proper n. A pathologically casual manner and complacency in the face of corruption.
  • proper n. Sadomasochistic sexual practices.
  • proper n. The practice of indulging in an extramarital affair that resembles a second household.
  • proper n. Homosexuality.
  • proper n. Oppression of a country’s poor.


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