A term of loose and indefinite meaning (except as occasionally defined in statutes), but signifying generally any behavior that is contrary to law, and more particularly such as tends to disturb the public peace or decorum, scandalize the community, or shock the public sense of morality. People v. Keeper of State Reformatory, 176 N. Y. 4(55, 68 N. E. 884; People v. Davis, 80 App. Div. 448, SO N. Y.Supp. 872; Citv of Mt. Sterling v. Holley. 108 Ky. 621, 57 S. W. 401; Pratt v. Brown, 80 Tex. 608, 10 S. W. 443; Kahn v. Macon, 05 Ga. 410. 22 S. E. 041; People v. Miller, 38 Ilun, 82: Tyrrell v. Jersey City, 25 N. J. Law. 530.