vulgar

Part of speech: noun

The common people.

Part of speech: noun

Vulgarity.

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to the common people; coarse or common; low; inelegant; unrefined; vernacular.

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Usage examples "vulgar":

  1. I want to make it absolutely clear that her acquaintance with Randall was not any vulgar picking- up- in- the- street affair. - "The Red Planet", William J. Locke.
  2. And then Arthur himself was such a startling contrast to all those vulgar Burtons. - "The Gadfly", E. L. Voynich.
  3. A great number are ordinary vulgar Arabic. - "The English Gipsies and Their Language", Charles G. Leland.