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Common misspellings for vulgar

velco, vulger, viliiage, vulcher, bulgar, volka, vaugaly, vellage, fulgar, volgar, vllage, vuegely, vurger, viegar, vilage, velage, wheelcahir, volgor, villiger, volage, vaegar, valage, vulgerly, vacular, viilage, vigar, volgure, vallage, villar, voulger, volger, venigar, villaga, vulgure, ulagy, valgar, villgae, vulgur, viliage, vugar, vulagr, vuglar, vulgore, valger, vulgare, villeger, vilager, valgure, vleargy, voluger, velcor, vilgar, volgur.

Definitions of vulgar

  1.   of or associated with the great masses of people; " the common people in those days suffered greatly"; " behavior that branded him as common"; " his square plebeian nose"; " a vulgar and objectionable person"; " the unwashed masses"
  2.   Vulgarity.
  3.   Of or pertaining to the common people; common; general; unreflned; in bad taste; as, ain't is a vulgar expression; low; mean; as, a vulgar fellow.
  4.   Of or pertaining to the mass, or multitude, of people; common; general; ordinary; public; hence, in general use; vernacular.
  5.   The common people.
  6.   conspicuously and tastelessly indecent; " coarse language"; " a crude joke"; " crude behavior"; " an earthy sense of humor"; " a revoltingly gross expletive"; " a vulgar gesture"; " full of language so vulgar it should have been edited"
  7.   Hence, lacking cultivation or refinement; rustic; boorish; also, offensive to good taste or refined feelings; low; coarse; mean; base; as, vulgar men, minds, language, or manners.
  8.   The vernacular, or common language.
  9.   Pertaining to common people; common; low; indecent.
  10.   Practised by the common people; common; vernacular, as in the vulgar tongue; offensively mean or low; rude; unrefined.
  11.   Pertaining to the common people; used or practised by common people; vernacular; national; common; used by all classes; public; low; boorish; rude; unrefined.
  12.   being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language; " common parlance"; " a vernacular term"; " vernacular speakers"; " the vulgar tongue of the masses"; " the technical and vulgar names for an animal species"
  13.   One of the common people; a vulgar person.
  14.   Pertaining to the common people; coarse or common; low; inelegant; unrefined; vernacular.
  15.   lacking refinement or cultivation or taste; " he had coarse manners but a first- rate mind"; " behavior that branded him as common"; " an untutored and uncouth human being"; " an uncouth soldier-- a real tough guy"; " appealing to the vulgar taste for violence"; " the vulgar display of the newly rich"
  16.   Belonging or relating to the common people, as distinguished from the cultivated or educated; pertaining to common life; plebeian; not select or distinguished; hence, sometimes, of little or no value.
  17.   Pertaining to or used by the common people, native: public: common: mean or low: rude.
  18.   Vulgarly.

Antonyms for vulgar

civil, graceful, fit, seemly, decent, meet, aristocratic, suitable, notable, refined, welcome, eminent, citified, elegant, conservative, accomplished, priggish, bookish, lofty, eloquent, dreadful, delicate, imposing, magnanimous, unknown, modest, unflashy, handsome, illustrious, appropriate, portentous, special, mannerly, recherche, prudish, cultured, gracious, dire, proper, respectable, desirable, big, distinguished, immaculate, pure, standard, singular, polished, intimate, fine, peculiar, behind-the-scenes, natural, unique, grammatical, vestal, low-key, upper class, dignified, lordly, portly, polite, courteous, secret, agreeable, separate, correct, privy, repressed, private, appalling, nonpublic, pleasing, G-rated, pleasant, patrician, frightful, civilized, greathearted, sophisticated, esoteric, select, victorian, wellborn, fearful, perfect, individual, gentle, especial, exquisite, chaste, approved, cultivated, great, sublime, clean, tasteful, distinctive, straitlaced, understated, unpretentious, unusual, chivalrous, uncommon, august, majestic, literary, becoming, prominent, dainty, elevated, strange, solemn, awful, choice, sensitive, well-bred, high, gallant, learned, virginal, stately, muted, grand, upper crust, sober, noble, terrible, nice, genteel, confidential, staid, thoughtful, endorsed, hush-hush, highborn, urbane, spotless, horrible, sanctioned, direful, alarming, idiosyncratic, blue-blooded, inoffensive, formal, smooth, restrained, inside, acceptable, decorous, couth, personal, unpopular, hushed, puritanical, classy, shocking, wholesome, educated, towering, considerate, highbred, rare, prim, quiet, terrific, toned down, courtly, subdued, innocuous.

Quotes of vulgar

  1. Learn to reverence night and to put away the vulgar fear of it, for, with the banishment of night from the experience of man, there vanishes as well a religious emotion, a poetic mood, which gives depth to the adventure of humanity. – Henry Beston
  2. The need to be right is the sign of a vulgar mind. – Albert Camus
  3. Not because they were servants were we so reserved, for many noble persons are forced to serve through necessity, but by reason the vulgar sort of servants are as ill bred as meanly born, giving children ill examples and worse counsel. – Margaret Cavendish
  4. Intense study of the Bible will keep any writer from being vulgar in point of style. – Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  5. It is the vice of a vulgar mind to be thrilled by bigness. – E. M. Forster
  6. They said that Etta James is still vulgar I said, Oh, how dare them say I'm still vulgar I'm vulgar because I dance in the chair. What would they want me to do? Want me to just be still or something like that? I've got to do something. – Etta James
  7. Fact is based upon vulgar matter. – Charles Olson
  8. A philosopher is, no doubt, entitled to examine even those distinctions that are to be found in the structure of all languages... in that case, such a distinction may be imputed to a vulgar error, which ought to be corrected in philosophy. – Thomas Reid
  9. On July 26, 1916, I announced to all my friends in America that from now on I resolved to write no more poems in the classical language, and to begin my experiments in writing poetry in the so -called vulgar tongue of the people. – Hu Shih
  10. Happiness is a wine of the rarest vintage, and seems insipid to a vulgar taste. – Logan P. Smith
  11. Politics in a literary work, is like a gun shot in the middle of a concert, something vulgar and however, something which is impossible to ignore. – Stendhal
  12. So must the writer, whose productions should Take with the vulgar be of vulgar mould. – Edmund Waller
  13. It is very vulgar to talk about one's business. Only people like stockbrokers do that, and then merely at dinner parties. – John Wanamaker
  14. I do not suppose I shall be remembered for anything. But I don't think about my work in those terms. It is just as vulgar to work for the sake of posterity as to work for the sake of money. – Orson Welles

Usage examples for vulgar

  1. Than these vulgar sounds, no doom spoken in thunder could have been more tremendous. ” – The Room in the Dragon Volant by J. Sheridan LeFanu
  2. He listened to that counsel of vulgar wisdom which is disastrous to souls like his: " Do as others do." ” – Saint Augustin by Louis Bertrand
  3. This is why there are so few with whom you care to become more intimate, and why you should avoid familiarity with vulgar people. ” – Counsels and Maxims From The Essays Of Arthur Schopenhauer by Arthur Schopenhauer
  4. Had she come forward only a year or so after her father's tragedy, people might have said she was making profit of a vulgar sensation; it would have seemed in bad taste; necessity would have appeared to urge her. ” – The Whirlpool by George Gissing
  5. Please state to the court what his treatment has been to you in the way of using vulgar language to you and calling you vile names. ” – Reno A Book of Short Stories and Information by Lilyan Stratton
  6. At the most, she would be suspected of a vulgar curiosity. ” – The New Tenant by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  7. Still, with a few exceptions, Arab greatness is the vulgar great, not the grand. ” – Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah by Sir Richard Francis Burton
  8. Such habits are vulgar in the lowest degree. ” – Martine's Hand-book of Etiquette, and Guide to True Politeness by Arthur Martine
  9. What a vulgar expression for Fenton Candlish to use! ” – Pine Needles by Susan Bogert Warner
  10. It's vulgar to go fast, its only butcher's hosses trot quick, and besides, there is no hurry- there is nothin' to do to home. ” – The Attache or, Sam Slick in England, Complete by Thomas Chandler Haliburton
  11. Why is it that so blamed many of your fine old blue stockings are hunting jobs- Now don't be vulgar Will, she cut in. ” – The Prince of Graustark by George Barr McCutcheon
  12. “ " It does sound disagreeable- vulgar if you like, my child; but I cannot help being anxious about you. ” – Weighed and Wanting by George MacDonald
  13. She was not harsh or loud,- vulgar or given to coarse manners, as might have been expected, and as he had been warned by his friends that he would find her. ” – Lady Anna by Anthony Trollope
  14. However, Master Mash's courage began to rise as he went home, and found himself farther from his formidable farmer; for he assured his companions, " that, if he had not been so vulgar a fellow, he would certainly call him out and pistol him." ” – The History of Sandford and Merton by Thomas Day
  15. Her vulgar humor was kept under strict restraint; she was quiet and well- bred, and readier to listen than to talk. ” – The Legacy of Cain by Wilkie Collins
  16. Oh that's the way they dress- the vulgarest of the vulgar – What Maisie Knew by Henry James
  17. The vulgar and the many are fit only to be led or driven. ” – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  18. If I had not felt some strange impulse of confidence in the lame beggar who hid his English under vulgar Arabic slang, I should have resented the coming of night. ” – Lord John in New York by C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson
  19. Miss Block was sufficiently vulgar to have different manners for different classes of society. ” – The Eagle's Nest by S. E. Cartwright
  20. And I know that you are very particular in some things"- the words, now that they were said, struck him as unfortunate, and even vulgar and I shouldn't wish to annoy you-" " Oh, I understand. ” – Indian Summer by William D. Howells

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