vulgar
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin vulgaris of the mob, vulgar, from volgus, vulgus mob, common people Date: 14th century 1. a. generally used, applied, or accepted b. understood in or having the ordinary sense <
they reject the vulgar conception of miracle — W. R. Inge
>
2. vernacular <
the vulgar name of a plant
>
3. a. of or relating to the common people ; plebeian b. generally current ; public <
the vulgar opinion of that time
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c. of the usual, typical, or ordinary kind 4. a. lacking in cultivation, perception, or taste ; coarse b. morally crude, undeveloped, or unregenerate ; gross c. ostentatious or excessive in expenditure or display ; pretentious 5. a. offensive in language ; earthy b. lewdly or profanely indecent Synonyms: see common, coarsevulgarly adverb

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