Meaning of DECENT in English

adjective Etymology: Middle French or Latin; Middle French, from Latin ~-, decens, present participle of decēre to be fitting; akin to Latin decus honor, dignus worthy, Greek dokein to seem, seem good Date: 1539 1. archaic appropriate , well-formed ; handsome , 2. conforming to standards of propriety, good taste, or morality , modestly clothed, free from immodesty or obscenity , fairly good ; adequate , satisfactory , marked by moral integrity, kindness, and goodwill , see: chaste ~ly adverb

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