unparliamentary


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unparliamentary

not consistent with parliamentary procedure or practice
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This has always been the culture of the Congress to use such kinds of unparliamentary words, and we totally condemn this, and this is definitely not the kind of language anyone should use," said BJYM member Saptagiri Gowda.
If I had heard it I would have ruled it out because it was inappropriate behaviour and unparliamentary language.
That's why we have no notion (or only the most rudimentary notion) of what it means to be unparliamentary, or to speak, however sincerely, illegitimately and impoliticly.
In 1938, a Conservative member of Parliament, incensed at the radical socialist and liberal immigration policies advocated by the Jewish Labour MP Emmanuel Shinwell, told Shinwell to go back to Palestine--for which he received a quite unparliamentary slap from the pugnacious victim of his taunt.
His prospects weren't helped when he attacked the Nats with a word he said was unparliamentary so he could only give its first and last letters - "h" and "y" (meaning hypocrisy).
The Deputy Speaker rose to rebuke him for unparliamentary language - until Denis revealed that he was quoting the great 19th Century Parliamentarian Lord Macaulay.
By adopting what was called at the time the "country cause" of opposing unparliamentary taxation, the Palesmen anticipated the actions of their English counterparts in 1628-29 by two generations.
The complainant had accused the petitioner of posting morphed pictures of Ram Rahim and using unparliamentary language in the comment.
He did look stung by some of the criticism shot in his direction and when he angrily accused Ed Miliband of "lying" about his stance on health it seemed a very unparliamentary moment - but perhaps that was the point.
On December 9, 2014 the Member for Cartwright L'Anse au Clair was named by Speaker Wade Verge for disregarding the authority of the Chair in refusing to withdraw an unparliamentary remark.
Marvi regretted that Imran Khan has been using derogatory, unparliamentary and objectionable language against the leadership of Pakistan Muslim LeagueNawaz.
Mazari's response follows closely after a ruckus in the KP assembly, when Opposition leader Maulana Lutfur Rehman's fierce remarks against women workers of PTI resulted in lawmakers from both sides using abusive and unparliamentary language against each other.