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
The White House has not denied that Trump used the vulgarity, but Trump and some Republicans have disputed public accounts of the meeting.
Just the doing will make the Trumpian vulgarity worthwhile.
Cameron called that boy a vulgarity, furious anyone would make such an insensitive joke.
The student admitted uttering a crude vulgarity to the teacher and was ordered to serve a one-day suspension that was lifted after the alleged hazing was reported.
More than one of the complaints noted that CNN and other broadcasters had exposed millions of children to their first experience with vulgarity.
This president, with his vulgarity and his disrespect for women and people of color is a terrible role model for our children.
For the first time in diplomatic history, nations around the world inserted a gutter vulgarity into official statements.
Fantasy, vulgarity and sexuality are recurring themes in this show, which originated at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles.
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First Known Use of vulgarity
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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