Soon they began to lay aside even external decorum and almost seemed to feel they had a sort of right to discard it.
Suddenly an extraordinary uproar in the passage in open defiance of decorum burst on his ears.
But external decorum was still preserved and Father Paissy, with a stern face, continued firmly and distinctly reading aloud the Gospel, apparently not noticing what was taking place around him, though he had, in fact, observed something unusual long before.
Madame Hohlakov had been slightly ailing for the last three weeks: her foot had for some reason swollen up, and though she was not in bed, she lay all day half-reclining on the couch in her boudoir, in a fascinating but decorousdeshabille.
There are no more uses of "decorum" in the book.
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All decorum was lost in the classroom.
She insists upon decorum and civility at her meetings.