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vulgar

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvulgarvul‧gar /ˈvʌlɡə $ -ər/ ●○○ adjective  1 RUDE/OBSCENEremarks, jokes etc that are vulgar deal with sex in a very rude and offensive way2 RUDE/IMPOLITEnot behaving politely in social situations syn uncouth vulgar behaviour3 TASTE IN CLOTHES, MUSIC ETCnot showing good judgment about what is beautiful or suitable a vulgar check suitvulgarly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
vulgarThe jokes are expected to be vulgar.It was an especially vulgar affair.Crowe then had the vulgar audacity to offer me a pitiful ten quid if I revealed the manager's name.a vulgar display of wealthThe article describes the vulgar excesses of the newly rich.Vulgar fashions filled the store windows.Norman was a vulgar, ignorant man.Its vulgar images seduce many people.vulgar languageCarew's immediate response was that it was garish and vulgar, like Durkin himself.He ruined the evening with his vulgar talk about women and about how much he could drink.
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