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- In the place where she heard Heathcliff termed a 'vulgar young ruffian,' and 'worse than a brute,' she took care not to act like him; but at home she had small inclination to practise politeness that would only be laughed at, and restrain an unruly nature when it would bring her neither credit nor praise.Chapter 8 (38% in)
- He answered in his vulgar accent, "It wouldn't do mitch hurt if it did;" and surveyed its legs with a smile.Chapter 24 (41% in)
There are no more uses of "vulgar" in Wuthering Heights.
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