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- n. the state of being immodest
- n. a lack of modesty
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Lack of modesty, delicacy, or decent reserve; indecency.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Want of modesty
- n. Forwardness; arrogance or want of proper reserve.
- n. Indecency; indelicacy; unchastity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the perverse act of exposing and attracting attention to your own genitals
- n. the trait of being vain and conceited
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I know that immodesty is a militant movement, because people like the author, ministers and even yourself, have been attacked for teaching against it.
We should be worrying about middle age women these days as much as girls, because the immodesty is starting with the older women.
Maybe the immodesty is proof that global warming exists.
But this upsurge in immodesty applies to child rearing as well.
(Applause) Without boasting, without any kind of immodesty, that is how we Cuban revolutionaries understand our internationalist duty.
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.
The result of his immodesty has been a persistent hunger for offices that most people thought beyond his abilities.
Syed Soharwardy, one of the complainants in my case, is a proponent of sharia law -- the legal system that governs Saudi Arabia, where rape victims get sentenced to the lash for their "immodesty".
It’s not a “modest” assumption either: assuming that you have a complete theory of the human behavior is the ultimate in immodesty.
_Madame Gervaisais_, and he spoke of _Chérie_ (for all its 'immodesty') as an admirable thing, and a model for all such studies.