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prop·er
adjective /ˈpräpər/ 
  1. Truly what something is said or regarded to be; genuine
    • - she's never had a proper job
    • - a proper meal
  2. Strictly so called; in its true form
    • - some of the dos and don'ts in espionage proper
  3. Used as an intensifier, often in derogatory contexts
    • - she looked like a proper harlot
  4. Of the required type; suitable or appropriate
    • - an artist needs the proper tools
  5. According to what is correct or prescribed for a particular situation or thing
    • - they had not followed the proper procedures
  6. According to or respecting recognized social standards or conventions; respectable, esp. excessively so
    • - her parents' view of what was proper for a well-bred girl
    • - a very prim and proper Swiss lady
  7. Belonging or relating exclusively or distinctively to; particular to
    • - the two elephant types proper to Africa and to southern Asia
  8. (of a psalm, lesson, prayer, etc.) Appointed for a particular day, occasion, or season

  9. Belonging to oneself or itself; own
    • - to judge with my proper eyes
  10. In the natural colors

  11. (of a person) Good-looking
    • - he is a proper youth!
  12. Denoting a subset or subgroup that does not constitute the entire set or group, esp. one that has more than one element

adverb /ˈpräpər/ 
  1. Satisfactorily or correctly
    • - my eyes were all blurry and I couldn't see proper
  2. Thoroughly
    • - I had been fooled good and proper
noun /ˈpräpər/ 
propers, plural
  1. The part of a church service that varies with the season or festival

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