unparliamentary


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unparliamentary

not consistent with parliamentary procedure or practice
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Speaking to Dawn over phone, Hassam Mirza rejected use of unparliamentary language against anyone.
Not only is it unparliamentary, it's also inhumane, unprofessional, uneducated.
If that is unparliamentary conduct, then I guess some people's conception of parliamentary conduct involves deference to interests other than the truth.
The main ones are: EDMs may only criticise other MPs, Lords, judges or members of the royal family if that is the main subject of the motion; no reference should be made to matters before the courts and no unparliamentary language or irony should be used.
Dr Marc Alexander, director of Historical Thesaurus of English at the University of Glasgow, told the Press Association: "The term 'shut up' is so unparliamentary that it is used very rarely.
The complainant had accused the petitioner of posting morphed pictures of Ram Rahim and using unparliamentary language in the comment.
The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) said Khurshid's remark against Modi was unparliamentary.
ISLAMABAD -- The term "tamasha" is not an unparliamentary word, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said while clarifying his comments that triggered boycott by the opposition members in the National Assembly.
Impairing decorum due to their abuse and misuse can be considered unparliamentary acts," Santiago said.
Her work there is superb, but includes what some might describes as rather unparliamentary language.
On this side of the pond, we had grey-faced PM John Major, who got tongues wagging when it was revealed that he had indulged in some most unparliamentary hanky panky with cabinet colleague Edwina Currie before his days in Number 10.