1. marked by suitability or rightness or appropriateness;
2. limited to the thing specified;
3. appropriate for a condition or occasion;
4. having all the qualities typical of the thing specified;
Do as you think proper.
Proper clothing also helps to keep you cool.
He ascribed his good health to proper diet and exercise.
I don't like proper children.
Put the instruments in their proper places.
Lack of proper nourishment reduces their power to resist disease.
This formulation is not proper.
Don't fling your arms and legs around like that. Make the proper swimming strokes.
After a very proper upbringing he chose to lead the Bohemian life of an artist.
He gave us a proper example.
The rights of citizens must not be abridged without proper cause.
The book hardly belongs to literature proper.
To be rude to the old is not proper.
This is not the proper way.
I'm afraid this isn't the proper way to handle the case.
He found what he was saying was not proper for the occasion and he stopped short.
We should have had a proper discussion before voting.
He denied that he'd failed to keep a proper lookout that night.
Catherine demonstrated the proper way to cleanse the face.
Britain imposed fines on airlines which bring in passengers without proper papers.
I always cook a proper evening meal.
We tend to imagine that the Victorians were very prim and proper.
I would have thought it a proper job for the Army to fight rebellion.
It's a proper Christmas dinner, with turkey and bread sauce.
The proper role of appeal judges is an issue that has long exercised the finest legal minds.
There were no proper toilets, but only an outdoor latrine.
The offender made proper restitution to the victim's kindred.
In those days it was not thought entirely proper for a woman to be on the stage.
fit, proper, suitable, appropriate, apt, fitting
apt allowable adapted desired formal true righteous equitable acceptable perfect pure applicable decent accurate becoming fitting correct likely official faultless just admissible respectful desirable advisable relative agreeable due respectable worthy conformable appropriate good tasteful suitable prim orthodox right
There is relatively little information about proper, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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