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vulgar

adjective Crass, obscene; crude, coarse, low-class.
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People pretended he was vulgar, but he certainly wasn't that."
"An old lady, so very vulgar, and almost bedridden."
The lyrics of the poem titled pregmeda ma pregmeda is a spiritual poetry which is picturized on the vulgar and objectionable scenes in the Pashto movie released on September 24, 2015 taking permission from for using work of my late father which is not only the violation of copyrights but it also harmed feelings of society as the poetry defines the love of Muslims for God, said Shah Mehmood.
It prompted complaints to the Advertising Standards Authority claiming the wording was coarse, vulgar and offensive.
"I don't mind a saucy joke but showbiz has become vulgar. I don't think I'd fit into today's television or become a star."
This is a 'vulgar' history in more than one sense as Trigg herself explains: 'First, it ...
Right, now you can hopefully avoid doing anything hideously vulgar, I'm off on holiday next week (I am common) so this is the last you'll hear from me until well into 2015.
We believe that these texts share a characteristic--they are all vulgar comedies--and this makes them interesting for a project seeking to reach young men with sexual information.
Bollywood starlet Priyanka Chopra does not want vulgar words or skin show in her first item song for the film 'Shootout in Wadala', the Times of India reported.
Many of us cannot understand why it is thought to be vulgar. But then, to the pure, all things are pure.
The students of different colleges and school come these bus stops, search for vulgar literature on these stalls, instead of purchasing informative books.