A decent-looking man, sir, but rough-like.
I can’t find a decent café in this place.
Is there a single decent woman in London now who would drive with her in the park?
and would never allow the slightest advance upon the following month. He had to submit to a regeime of misery. Three thousand francs a month!, what could any decent person do with that?
Every section of the gallery was a manifestation of a life apart within this communism of hunger; this edifice contained every grade and shade of poverty: from the heroic, garbed in clean, decent tatters, to the most nauseating and repulsive.
In the afternoon Manuel left Salomé's house with the thought that if he were a few years older and had a decent, paying position, he would marry her, even if he found himself compelled to get the tough who went with her out of the way with a knife.
That invasion of Belgium is treason… And a treason never amounts to anything among decent people. He said it in all good faith as though war were a duel in which the traitor was henceforth ruled out
This is my car. It is old, but pretty decent. Let's see the paper.
Sure, they can move to another part of town, but they do not want to because they really like Bellavista and are very happy; all the people who live there are very good and decent folk, and the neighbourhood is new, very clean, and above all, very quiet.
“Clear picture,” said the Hofrat, “quite a decent leanness-that’s the military youth.
socially or conventionally correct; refined or virtuous: respectable, nice
in the right manner: right, in good order, decently, properly, the right way
according with custom or propriety: comme il faut, becoming, seemly, comely, proper, decorous
decently clothed: modest
observing conventional sexual mores in speech or behavior or dress: modest
conforming to conventions of sexual behavior: proper, decorous, clean, unobjectionable
sufficient for the purpose: adequate, sufficient, enough