Improper and Wrong


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Improper adjective – Not appropriate for a particular occasion or situation.
Usage example: an improper use of slang in a formal piece of writing

Wrong is a synonym for improper in characteristic topic. In some cases you can use "Wrong" instead the word "Improper" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like property, indecorous, reprehensible, incorrect. vulgar substitute
Nearby Word: improperly
Synonyms for Improper


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Wrong adjective – Not appropriate for a particular occasion or situation.
Usage example: has a knack for saying just the wrong thing

Improper is a synonym for wrong in inappropriate topic. You can use "Improper" instead an adjective "Wrong", if it concerns topics such as characteristic, indecorous, reprehensible, ill-advised. popular alternative
Nearby Words: wrongful, wrongly, wronging, wronged, wrongfully
Synonyms for Wrong

Things that words describes

character improper character wrong character
move improper move wrong move
position improper position wrong position
sex improper sex wrong sex
Other nouns: assumption, turn, time, way, nothing, ways.

Both words in one sentence

  • Meaningful Look She notices that he does that but concludes it's only because he thinks something is wrong or improper about her.
  • Improper use of the Italian language was noted by Italian readers, along with generally being wrong about things pertaining to Rome.
  • Just have fun with improper placing of articles and prepositions, screwing up plural and singular forms, throwing in Blunt Metaphors Trauma terms, or just use the wrong word for what the sentence calls for.
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