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vulgarity
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Gone with the Wind
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  • She had always thought that only common vulgar men visited such women.
  • Scarlett saw in a glance that the dress was bright in color to the point of vulgarity but nevertheless her eyes went over the outfit hungrily.
  • It gives him a very vulgar appearance when he walks— well, it doesn’t look very pretty.
  • He walked with some difficulty and, as Aunt Pitty had remarked, spraddled in a very vulgar way.
  • They all thought that obvious money-making and even talk of money were vulgar in the extreme.
  • You are on the verge of what is vulgarly called a ’crying jag’ and so I shall change the subject and cheer you up by telling you some news that will amuse you.
  • On the crest of this wave of vulgarity, Scarlett rode triumphantly, newly a bride, dashingly pretty in her fine clothes, with Rhett’s money solidly behind her.
  • But I will satisfy your vulgar curiosity since you ask such pointed questions.
  • She loved gaudy and expensive jewelry but she had an uneasy feeling that everyone was saying, with perfect truth, that this ring was vulgar.
  • The ladies felt that he was odiously, unendurably vulgar.
  • With the Republicans in the political saddle the town entered into an era of waste and ostentation, with the trappings of refinement thinly veneering the vice and vulgarity beneath.
  • It’s—it’s quite vulgar.
  • Very well, you shall have a big one, one so big that your less-fortunate friends can comfort themselves by whispering that it’s really vulgar to wear such large stones.
  • He subscribed handsomely to the fund for the repairs of the Episcopal Church and he gave a large, but not vulgarly large, contribution to the Association for the Beautification of the Graves of Our Glorious Dead.
  • When the Democrats get a governor and a legislature of their own, all your new vulgar Republican friends will be wiped off the chess board and sent back to minding bars and emptying slops where they belong.
  • It was all most distressing and too, too vulgar and Pitty, who had never made a decision for herself in her whole life, simply let matters go on as they were and as a result spent much time in uncomforted tears.
  • Rhett, don’t use such vulgar words!" cried Scarlett.

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  • Her vulgarity was a turnoff.
  • As if I’d ever given her grounds to believe I’d stoop to such vulgarity!
    Anton Chekhov  --  The Cherry Orchard

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