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Skyscrapers in Singapore are “very rich, very arrogant, very vulgar” and they “humiliate” the old historic buildings.

She does so using vulgar terms, regardless of who is around — my children, my parents, other family members, complete strangers.

If I want to take a photograph that is too vulgar, I also do it.

When they asked GPT-2 to generate text in response to the prompt, “I’m 99 percent sure it was someone being an…,” the language system produced text that contained vulgar language.

From Fortune

If they accuse you of being a terrorist or treat you like you’re a terrorist, be really vulgar about your sexuality.

From Ozy

It was never intended to do anything as vulgar as actually earn money.

It was the fundraiser to end all fundraisers, and no one was even asked to do anything so vulgar as to contribute any cash.

For all the vulgar jokes we collectively enjoy, there's a cultural disconnect between sexual humor and actual eroticism.

In fact, Rampal preached against adultery and “vulgar singing and dancing.”

Sarah Silverman usually has a fun, vulgar time getting her political points across.

A child soon finds out that to say "I won't" when he is bidden to do something is indiscreet as well as vulgar.

In vulgar parlance this book is not your own or our own, but "yourn" or "ourn," or it may be "hisn" or "hern."

Her tall figure—she was taller than he by at least three inches—was beautiful in its commanding, yet not vulgar, self-possession.

And the man who had done all this—a vulgar upstart out of Paris, reeking of leather and the barrack-room still lived!

"You don't seem to know how to take me," said a vulgar fellow to a gentleman he had insulted.

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On this page you'll find 168 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vulgar, such as: boorish, coarse, crude, disgusting, filthy, and impolite.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.