Adjective(1) having or showing an exaggerated opinion of your importance, ability, etc(2) offending against sexual mores in conduct or appearance
(1) This is a particularly noticeable thing about baboons, or perhaps it is what humans cannot avoid noticing - being so well trained to look down upon such immodest displays.(2) I worry more than most people about sounding immodest , but in this case, I'm not going to let that bother me, because I feel that we created a template that showed a lot of Hollywood what could be done.(3) This was a reaction to the growing diffusion of wigs which attracted attention, and were considered immodest or brazen in both communities.(4) At the same time without being immodest , I would say we are the original reformers and nobody can take that away from us.(5) In Victorian England, the sight of an ankle was immodest .(6) If you know anything at all about the tastes of the tsars - think of the FabergÔö£┬« eggs and you're there - you will understand already how spectacularly immodest the factory's output was.(7) The standard condemnation of people who use ├ö├ç├┐I├ö├ç├û too much is that they're too egocentric or immodest .(8) It seemed like an immodest thing to admit, but I thought, ├ö├ç├┐Maybe he's right.├ö├ç├û(9) The answer must be that this is a dress not seen as ├ö├ç├┐Western├ö├ç├û or immodest , and yet a dress that allows one to go to school or college, and to participate in the work force.(10) There's an immodest bather, drunkards, a glutton (whose stomach does his talking for him), a fool, a woman, a monk, three choristers and a nun - all with a particular story to impart.(11) They were dressed no differently from youngsters on the town during Spring break in Daytona Beach: casual slovenliness, shorts, short-shorts, t-shirts, highly immodest tops on the girls.(12) Her act describes her rejection by strings of men for being too talkative and immodest , for her unwillingness to commit to caring for a potential husband's ailing mother, and, worst of all, for being a comedian.(13) Don't worry - I don't think you need to worry about being immodest .(14) Without being immodest , I have not played a single show where I didn't get close to a standing ovation.(15) I know there are many who will disagree, who will say these bare-bellied women are shameless and immodest , but I cannot agree.(16) Let there be everywhere heard the rustling of dancers, the loud, immodest laughter of the theatre; let a succession of the most cruel and the most voluptuous pleasures maintain a perpetual excitement.