| Sentences of inappropriate|
a. unsuitable; improper; not suitable for a particular occasion
Noise seems inappropriate at a time of sadness.
Sentence in Classic:
She felt that at that moment she could not put into words the sense of shame, of rapture, and of horror at this stepping into a new life, and she did not want to speak of it, to vulgarize this feeling by inappropriate words.
Anna Karenina(V1) By Leo Tolstoy Context
I had begun to be always decorating the chambers in some quite unnecessary and inappropriate way or other, and very expensive those wrestles with Barnard proved to be.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens Context
Sometimes, he thought it was worth it to have her smiling when she opened the front door in the cold twilights, kissing him on the ear or the nose or some other inappropriate place, to feel her head snuggling drowsily on his shoulder at night under warm quilts.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context
Perhaps it would also still be possible, even if a little inappropriate, to have a few words with her.