Examples of vulgarity in a Sentence
a comedian known for her vulgarity
I was shocked by the vulgarity of his language.
He uttered a vulgarity and was silent.
We have a policy against printing vulgarities in our magazine.
Recent Examples of vulgarity from the Web
Last month, comedian Samantha Bee used a vulgarity to describe Ivanka Trump on her TBS show.
That provoked an argument with O'Neill, who resisted, and then shouted vulgarities from Cosby directed at Steele.
In truth, Red Sparrow is the story that exists outside the borders of Marvel comic book panels, showcasing the vulgarity that those pages can only hint at.
The drama over immigration continued to play out Tuesday in a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee, where Democrats castigated the homeland security secretary, Kirstjen Nielsen, for refusing to confirm Trump's vulgarity.
But in America the combination of vulgarity with the country’s extreme polarisation is producing a toxic mix.
Zell has a history of provocative statements, including using vulgarities during panel discussions and live television interviews.
In a wounding polemic, Irving Howe attacked Roth for his vulgarity.
On top of that, Ms. Melas and members of her family have received death threats that are striking for their graphic nature and vulgarity.
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VULGARITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vulgarity for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of not having good taste, manners, politeness, etc.
: something (such as a word) that is offensive or rude
VULGARITY Defined for Kids
Definition of vulgarity for Students
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