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Textual thesaurus for "vulgar"

(adj) gross, earthy, crude

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


(adj) common, vernacular

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


(adj) plebeian, unwashed, common

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


(adj) coarse, common, uncouth, rough-cut

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