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vulgarity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvulgarityvul‧gar‧i‧ty /vʌlˈɡærəti/ noun  1 [uncountable]RUDE/OBSCENE the state or quality of being vulgar2 vulgarities
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vulgarityIt was a difficult subject done well by a medium that often celebrates the banality and vulgarity of our culture.What the former valued as a proper earthiness and sensuality, the latter condemned as mere vulgarity.Mistakenly, I had expected a stereotyped vulgarity.Dyson was stunned by the vulgarity of it.They'd done it in Gaelic to cover up the vulgarity.The vulgarity had a lasting impression on me.Their vulgarity, loudness and lack of manners scandalized their hosts.
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