immodest

[ih-mod-ist]
adjective
1.
not modest in conduct, utterance, etc.; indecent; shameless.
2.
not modest in assertion or pretension; forward; impudent.

Origin:
1560–70; < Latin immodestus unrestrained, immoderate. See im-2, modest

immodestly, adverb
immodesty, noun


2. vain, exaggerated, inflated.
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immodest (ɪˈmɒdɪst)
 
adj
1.  indecent, esp with regard to sexual propriety; improper
2.  bold, impudent, or shameless
 
im'modestly
 
adv
 
im'modesty
 
n

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Example sentences
Having done so they go on their way, shrieking out their loose songs and
  dancing immodest dances.
Gambling, gossip and immodest dress are out of the question.
Excessively provocative, immodest or revealing attire is reason to deny
  visiting.
It is an immodest claim that each discipline teaches well but broadly from life.
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