vulgar

vulgar
adj
1. ignorant, uninformed, unaware, unsophisticated, artless; unlearned, uneducated, untaught, unversed, unlettered, illiterate; ill-bred, unbred, untrained; unrefined, uncultured, ungentlemanly, unladylike, uncultivated, uncivilized; gauche, uncouth, crude, crass, rude, boorish, loutish, brutish, raw, unmannerly, ill-mannered, uncivil; coarse, rough, base, baseborn, tatty; inferior, ignoble, raffish, low, lowly, low-class, humble, untitled.
2. indecent, broad, immodest, shameless, indelicate, indecorous, inelegant; improper, unseemly, unacceptable, tawdry, Inf. tacky; gross, rank, repulsive, offensive, disgusting, distasteful, risque, suggestive, off-color, Inf. blue; outrageous, lurid, sensational, scurrilous, blackguardly, thersitical, profane, foul-mouthed, Fescennine, Obs. blackguard, Archaic. scur-rile.
3. obscene, lewd, salacious, pornographic, vile, foul, filthy, dirty, smutty, nasty, scatologic, scatological, Sl. raunchy; lecherous, lubricous, goatish, lustful, libidinous, concupiscent, carnal, sexy, sensual, Archaic. lickerish; licentious, lascivious, Cyprian, prurient, wanton, loose, libertine, promiscuous, Paphian, unchaste; immoral, degenerate, dissolute, dissipated, debauched, rakish, profligate, depraved, perverted.
4. proletarian, plebeian, provincial, peasantlike, of the masses, working-class, blue-collar; (all of language) vernacular, colloquial, spoken.
5. popular, current, in vogue, all the rage; prevalent, rife, widespread, general, universal; conventional, conforming, philistine, bourgeois.
6. ordinary, undistinguished, plain, homespun; common, average, usual, commonplace, household, everyday; banal, trite, platitudinous, hackneyed, overused, stale, tired.

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