来自词根dec, 美丽，得体，词源同decent, dignity.
- decorum (n.)
- 1560s, from Latin decorum "that which is seemly," noun use of neuter of adjective decorus "fit, proper," from decor (see decor).
- 1. She behaves with decorum.
- 2. The new King seemed to be carrying out his duties with grace and due decorum.
- 3. One expects people in the public eye to conduct their personal lives with a certain decorum.
- 4. I was treated with decorum and respect throughout the investigation.
- 5. I have erred against every commonplace notion of decorum.
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