This was a reaction to the growing diffusion of wigs which attracted attention, and were considered immodest or brazen in both communities.
Without being immodest , I have not played a single show where I didn't get close to a standing ovation.
Without sounding immodest , I have no trouble meeting men because I am quite regularly described as ‘a real looker’ and ‘easy on the eyes.’
I worry more than most people about sounding immodest , but in this case, I'm not going to let that bother me, because I feel that we created a template that showed a lot of Hollywood what could be done.
It seemed like an immodest thing to admit, but I thought, ‘Maybe he's right.’
I know there are many who will disagree, who will say these bare-bellied women are shameless and immodest , but I cannot agree.
In Victorian England, the sight of an ankle was immodest .
There's an immodest bather, drunkards, a glutton (whose stomach does his talking for him), a fool, a woman, a monk, three choristers and a nun - all with a particular story to impart.
Don't worry - I don't think you need to worry about being immodest .
If you know anything at all about the tastes of the tsars - think of the Fabergé eggs and you're there - you will understand already how spectacularly immodest the factory's output was.