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vulgarism

A word or phrase not in good usage, coarse, unrefined
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For instance, slang could be contrasted with colloquialism, non-standard language, vulgarism, taboo, euphemism, jargon, idiom, neologism or dialect, while African American could be compared to African American Vernacular English, Afro-American Vernacular English, Black English Vernacular, Ebonics or Gangsta Talk.
And now when you come to print these fragments, would it not be well if you were to stoop to the vulgarism of prefixing some word of introduction, as other people do, you know, .
10) 63 Most extensive (7) 64 Taggart actor (4,6) 68 Vulgarism (9) 69 Cancel out (7) 70 Spectrum (5) 72 Ham it up
Of course, this demonic film that is rife with vulgarism throughout may have various purposes.
He argues that human rights discourse does not belong to vulgarism of cultural relativity, which has unfortunately been one of important contributions to social reconstruction of rights during the twentieth century.
Violation of child against his/her will, tampering the sexual organs, use of vulgarism, making child watch pornographic materials, exhibitionism are regarded among the sexual abuse behaviors (SHCEK, 2009).
KARACHI -- Jamaat-e Islami (JI) Karachi Chief Muhammad Hussain Mahenti has expressed grave concern over nudity and vulgarism being aired through Pakistani private television channels, outdoor advertisers and organizers of fashion shows
At one point, saying that blaming Iran for the world's problems was futile, he used a Persian expression that can be loosely translated as "that breast has gone away with the bogeyman", but with a vulgarism for the body part".
They also talked about the importance of culture and its role in solving global crises and the prophecy of both Islam and Christianity in campaign against cultural vulgarism.
According to Rizaov, the level of street vulgarism against a former Macedonian PM, President and present opposition leader insults the feelings of the citizens that are a bit more educated and not politically imperiled.
Quick wits dubbed the Abkhazia-South Ossetia-Russia alliance "AbOsRus," which sounds exactly like a Russian vulgarism meaning, more or less, "in deep shit.
Well, chingate tu madre," Jeff said, utilizing a vulgarism then much in vogue around the P.