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synonyms for vulgarian

  • barbarian
  • base
  • bawdy
  • blue
  • common
  • crude
  • foul
  • gross
  • low
  • mean
  • offensive
  • raw
  • ribald
  • rough
  • roughneck
  • barbaric
  • boorish
  • brutish
  • cheap
  • churlish
  • crass
  • dirty
  • earthy
  • filthy
  • foul-mouthed
  • gruff
  • ill-bred
  • immodest
  • impolite
  • improper
  • impure
  • incult
  • indelicate
  • inelegant
  • loutish
  • lowbred
  • lowdown and dirty
  • nasty
  • obscene
  • off-color
  • raffish
  • raunchy
  • rude
  • scatological
  • smutty
  • tacky
  • tasteless
  • uncivil
  • uncivilized
  • uncouth
  • uncultivated
  • uncultured
  • unpolished
  • unrefined
  • vulgar
See also synonyms for: vulgarians
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antonyms for vulgarian

MOST RELEVANT
  • chaste
  • clean
  • cultured
  • decent
  • gay
  • good
  • happy
  • healthy
  • high
  • honest
  • kind
  • moral
  • nice
  • noble
  • pleasing
  • polished
  • polite
  • refined
  • sophisticated
  • soft
  • smooth
  • delicate
  • gentle
  • upright
  • pure
  • decent
  • clean
  • happy
  • polished
  • nice
  • sophisticated
  • refined
  • moral
  • chaste
  • pleasant
  • kind
  • polite
      • charmer
      • gentleman
      • enthusiast
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        How to use vulgarian in a sentence

        Aye,’ ses he, ‘and it makes the monied vulgarian think he is as good as those who only tolerate him.
        THE WHALE AND THE GRASSHOPPERSEUMAS O'BRIEN
        If she offers them every luxury and is not polite, she is a snob and a vulgarian.
        THE ART OF ENTERTAININGM. E. W. SHERWOOD
        "I'm plain vulgarian," he laughed to his wife one morning as he started to work.
        A MAN'S HEARTHELEANOR M. INGRAM
        He did not relish having to hobnob in this way with such a vulgarian as a grafting police captain.
        THE THIRD DEGREECHARLES KLEIN AND ARTHUR HORNBLOW
        Heelless boots with angular toes, wedded to narrow, unstrapped trouser-ends—these denoted the vulgarian.
        YOUTHLEO TOLSTOY
        Mary, remembering his remark about McEwan, longed to say, "Why do you call that little vulgarian by her first name?"
        THE NEST BUILDERBEATRICE FORBES-ROBERTSON HALE
        One thing is certain, that the man who collects large paper books as large paper books is a vulgarian and a fool.
        THE PRIVATE LIBRARYARTHUR L. HUMPHREYS
        With Davenport's talk of the afternoon fresh in mind, Larcher had promptly identified this big-talking vulgarian.
        THE MYSTERY OF MURRAY DAVENPORTROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
        And for all her bravado you must have made her feel like the little vulgarian she is.
        BLACK OXENGERTRUDE FRANKLIN HORN ATHERTON
        A pretty vulgarian, her appeal was universal to males in rut.
        PAINTED VEILSJAMES HUNEKER
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