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immodest

adjective
     
im‧mod‧est
1 having a very high opinion of yourself and your abilities, and not embarrassed about telling people how clever you are [≠ modest]:
Webb was an immodest publicist of his own achievements.
2 clothes that are immodest show too much of someone's body [= revealing; ≠ modest]
3 old-fashioned behaviour that is immodest shocks or embarrasses people:
They thought it was immodest for both sexes to swim together.
immodestly adverb
immodesty noun [uncountable]

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