Another word for decorum
etiquette, propriety, dignity, seemliness, correctness, decency, decorousness, deportment, gentility, protocol, good form, good behavior, good taste, mannerliness, respectability; see also behavior 1.
decorum implies politeness, formality, or even stiffness in rules of conduct or behavior established as suitable to the circumstances levity not in keeping with decorum; decency implies observance of the requirements of modesty, good taste, etc. have the decency to thank her; propriety suggests conformity with conventional standards of proper or correct behavior, manners, etc. his offensive language oversteps the bounds of propriety; dignity implies conduct in keeping with one's position or one's self-respect; etiquette refers to the forms established by convention or social arbiters for behavior in polite society
Another word for decorumnoun
Conformity to recognized standards, as of conduct or appearance:comeliness, correctness, decency, decentness, decorousness, properness, propriety, respectability, respectableness, seemliness. See usual
Socially correct behavior:etiquette, good form, manner (used in plural), mores, propriety (also used in plural), p's and q's. See usual