- Latin vernilis servile. See vernacular. (Wiktionary)
“This scandal of Roman society was not, undoubtedly, a pure product, from the vernile scurrility of which we hear so much in Roman writers -- other causes conspired; but certainly the fluency which men of rank exhibited in this popular accomplishment of Billingsgate had been at all times sustained by the models of this kind resounding for ever in the streets of Rome, and in the purlieus of great mansions.”
“This had been promoted by the example hourly ringing in their ears of vernile scurrility.”
“What they remembered of this vernile licentiousness, constituted the staple of their talk in such situations.”
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