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Today's word is decorous, spelled D-E-C-O-R-O-U-S.

Decorous is an adjective that means marked by propriety and good taste, correct. Here is the word used in a sentence.



Before making her daily announcements, the principal mentioned how proud she was of the students' decorous conduct at their prom.

The current meaning of the word decorous dates from the mid-17th century. One of the word's earliest recorded uses appears in a book entitled The Rules of Civility from 1673 in this sentence: "It is not decorous to look in the Glass, to comb, brush, or do any thing of that nature to ourselves, whilst the said person be in the Room." Decorous for a time had another meaning as well - "fitting or appropriate" - but that now-obsolete sense seems to have existed only for a few decades in the 17th century. Decorous derives from the Latin word decorus, an adjective created from the noun decor, meaning "beauty" or "grace." Decor is akin to the Latin verb decēre meaning "to be fitting," which is the source of our adjective decent. It is only fitting, then, that decent can be a synonym of decorous.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]2016-04-30 How to Use a Word

Today's word is decorous, spelled D-E-C-O-R-O-U-S.

Decorous is an adjective that means marked by propriety and good taste, correct. Here is the word used in a sentence.

Before making her daily announcements, the principal mentioned how proud she was of the students' decorous conduct at their prom.

The current meaning of the word decorous dates from the mid-17th century. One of the word's earliest recorded uses appears in a book entitled The Rules of Civility from 1673 in this sentence: It is not decorous to look in the Glass, to comb, brush, or do any thing of that nature to ourselves, whilst the said person be in the Room. Decorous for a time had another meaning as well - fitting or appropriate - but that now-obsolete sense seems to have existed only for a few decades in the 17th century. Decorous derives from the Latin word decorus, an adjective created from the noun decor, meaning beauty or grace. Decor is akin to the Latin verb decēre meaning to be fitting, which is the source of our adjective decent. It is only fitting, then, that decent can be a synonym of decorous.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]【整理】2016-04-30 How to Use a Word

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