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  • adj. superlative form of vulgar: most vulgar.


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  • Simply one of the most persistent and thickskinned toadies and one of the vulgarest women Lady R [Rothermere] has ever met and is also a sentimental crank.

    Was he anti-Semitic?

  • One thing only that she had not been able to remedy betrayed the courtesan fallen very low: her broken nails, which needed time to recover their shape, so much had they been spoiled by the vulgarest household tasks.

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • Fling her into the vulgarest materialism of household life; hinder her from cherishing in her heart the mysterious flower of the


  • Espartero himself, would think nothing of seizing the best-born condottiere that ever drew sword, and shooting him down like the vulgarest deserter.

    The Fitz-Boodle Papers

  • And the postman came and rapped at him, and the vulgarest boy with a letter came and hit him up against the door.

    The Rose and the Ring

  • He talked of himself incessantly, sometimes in the coarsest and vulgarest Hampshire accent; sometimes adopting the tone of a man of the world.

    Vanity Fair

  • Possibly he does not like his fellow-rich very much, but he supposes that even the vulgarest of them are less inimical to his pleasures, more his kind of people, than the poor, and that he had better stand by them.

    Down and Out in Paris and London

  • Among the vulgar, loud upstarts whom he had known, Melmotte was the vulgarest, the loudest, and the most arrogant.

    The Way We Live Now

  • He was now liable to the vulgarest persecution from the vulgar herd; his very tailor and bootmaker would beleaguer him, and coarse unwashed bailiffs take him by the collar.

    The Three Clerks

  • Here they would be put down as the vulgarest of the vulgar.

    The Way Home


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