vulgarian[ vuhl-gair-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF vulgarian
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VULGARIAN
Then he thought of his own sister married to that vulgarian, Friedland.
Did not you marry a low creature,—a vulgarian, a tradesman's daughter?
"You see, Hycy, the vulgarian will come out," said his mother.
Did not you marry a low creature—a vulgarian—a tradesman's daughter?
She had the true instinct of it; while I was always a bit of a vulgarian.
If she offers them every luxury and is not polite, she is a snob and a vulgarian.
Only a vulgarian talks ceaselessly about how much this or that cost him.
This sounds like a contradiction of the criticism of the vulgarian.
Moreover, he is no vulgarian like Nordau, lecturing in a muddy pathological jargon about subjects completely over his head.
The vulgarian's pleasure lies not in the article itself so much as in the price paid for it.