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tidiness, orderliness, neatness, propriety, decency, tidy, orderly, neat, proper, decent, clean

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As a Noun: 1. The state or condition of being arranged and organised in a way that is acceptable, correct or pleasing, with no part left undone, done incorrectly or left messy. English = tidiness, orderliness, neatness. 2. The state or condition of being done or arranged in a way that is correct, particularly with reference to some cultural, moral or religious norm. English = propriety. 3. Language or behaviour which has no element or part which is not correct from a moral (especially sexual) point of view. English = decency. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be arranged and organised in a way that is acceptable, correct or pleasing, with no part left undone, done incorrectly or left messy. English = (be) tidy, (be) orderly, (be) neat. 2. To arrange and organise things in a way that is acceptable, correct or pleasing, leaving no part undone or messy, or done incorrectly. English = tidy, tidy up, order. 3. To be done or arranged in a way that is correct, especially with reference to some cultural, moral or religious norm. English = (be) proper, (be) decent. 4. Of language or behaviour, to have no element or part which is not correct from a moral (especially sexual) point of view. English = (be) decent, (be) proper, (be) clean.