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The appropriate adherence to traditional poetic form and content.
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- propriety in manners and conduct
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[ Latin decōrum
, from decōrus
. See Decorous
.] Propriety of manner or conduct; grace arising from suitableness of speech and behavior to one's own character, or to the place and occasion; decency of conduct; seemliness; that which is seemly or suitable
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<psychology> Propriety and good taste especially in conduct, manners or appearance. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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propriety in manners and conduct
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• (n.) Propriety of manner or conduct; grace arising from suitableness of speech and behavior to one`s own character, or to the place and occasion; decency of conduct; seemliness; that which is seemly or suitable.
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in literary style, the appropriate rendering of a character, action, speech, or scene. The concept of literary propriety, in its simplest stage of ... [4 related articles]
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propriety and good taste especially in conduct, manners, or appearance.
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decorum 1. Whatever is suitable or proper; propriety; fitness. 2. Propriety and good taste in behavior, speech, dress, etc. 3. An act or requirement of polite behavior. 4. That which is proper to the circumstances or requirements of a situation: seemliness, propriety, fitness. 5. Whatever is fitting or proper in behavior or demeanor, what is in acc
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Decorum (from the Latin: "right, proper") was a principle of classical rhetoric, poetry and theatrical theory that was about the fitness or otherwise of a style to a theatrical subject. The concept of decorum is also applied to prescribed limits of appropriate social behavior within set situations. ==In rhetoric and poetry== In classical rhetori..
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The requirement that individual characters, the characters' actions, and the style of speech should
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