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decorum
used in Murder On The Orient Express

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Definition
manners and conduct considered to be proper and in good taste
  • And I know Englishmen of the Colonel's type-even if he had fallen in love with the young lady at first sight, he would have advanced slowly and with decorum, not rushing things.
    3.9 — Part 3 Chapter 9 — Poirot Propounds Two Solutions (37% in)
decorum = proper manners and conduct
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