1. tribute; honor; praise
There is no higher accolade at this school than an honorary degree.
For their exceptional bravery, the firefighters received accolades from both local and national officials.
1. believing in the principle that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities
Cuba is an egalitarian society where nobody is either extremely wealthy or in abject poverty.
1. not well-behaved; lacking in dignity
The puppy was very indecorous at the beginning of his training; he was barking, running away, and not listening to commands.
Some students think it is acceptable to be indecorous, when they lie or try to fool others, showing disregard for others and themselves.
1. searching for food
He's foraging for food in the cafeteria.
arrogant, haughtily disdainful or contemptuous, as a person or a look
The supercilious woman demands special treatment for being pretty.
You look down on people with your supercilious attitude.