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vulgar

adjective Crass, obscene; crude, coarse, low-class.
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In Paris Guy would have been curt, but here in America folks appeared to be vulgarly friendly.
I feel bad that some people today are vulgarly crushing the fruit under their feet.
In the meantime, the art that is vulgarly supported by the marketplace and by hard cash attracts a measure of disdain, even as it is making its claim for posterity's relish.
The ex-chart botherer from the group 5ive (no, I didn't just have a convulsion at my keyboard, that is how it's spelled) has decided to give up on the flash cars, big houses and vulgarly over-sized bling to live a frugal life of self-sufficiency in the Welsh countryside in the new BBC reality series Country Strife: Abz on the Farm.
They think that the people of this country are clowns, jokers, vulgarly foolish and mental degenerates like them.
Like other tyrannies, the tyranny of the majority is still vulgarly held in dread chiefly as operating through the acts of public authorities.
Allen, seem vexed by the way Thorpe conspicuously and vulgarly draws attention to his gig.
A former University of Oregon police employee is suing the UO for what he claims was retaliation, at least in part for revealing a vulgarly named list of people and things UO officers don't like.
As recorded by the British author Karl Sabbagh, by the early 1990s Boeing's willingness to reveal closely held manufacturing secrets to the Japanese became so notorious that Boeing employees vulgarly referred to it as the "open kimono" policy.
This conception of the study of Lawor, to some, the science of Law which we call legal positivism-a wide group of numerous, varied and contrasting schools of thought (4)--is not responsible, as it is vulgarly understood, for leaving defenseless the people and the appliers of Law against arbitrary, cruel and criminal laws in effect today and in oppressive and totalitarian regimes throughout history.
Hours after the Brechfa Forest West decision was announced on March 12, RWE vulgarly boasted on websites about the vast "community benefits" they hope to pay for from excess profits made in Brechfa Forest by legally charging over the odds for their product.
At one point a minor baddie, the manager of the motel, is vulgarly putting the moves on Viv within his wife's hearing, and the older woman snaps, 'Come on, Jed, .