vulgarity

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the quality of lacking taste and refinement

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According to an airport spokesperson the man was 'standing up, making noises and using vulgarities.
The vehemence of some calls made them the aural equivalent of the rag-tag protestors I witnessed waving obscene placards and bowling vulgarities outside Human Life International's 18th World Congress in Toronto this past April.
Life is full of oaths, innuendo and vulgarities and no-one knew that better than our greatest native psychologist.
JohnSimon: With the gradual degradation of the gene pool, a fact these ferret-faced enlisted men make plain every day, it is hardly a surprise that vulgarities of language and thought grow steadily more frequent.
But the success of such witless vulgarities as ``Big Momma's House,'' ``Scary Movie'' and ``Nutty Professor II: The Klumps'' probably has far more to do with America's love for a good fart joke than it does any mass acceptance of African-American headliners.
Bruce (born under the way-less-cool moniker of Leonard Schneider) peppered his act with commentary about such hot-button topics as race, religion and, of course, sexuality and was not above using common vulgarities of the sort heard on, say, the Nixon tapes.
Alex used a lot of vulgarities, (behaving) almost to the point of being a maniac.
The two were involved in an argument that began at lunch at Hoover after words and vulgarities were exchanged, police said.
Words and vulgarities were exchanged and the victim refused to apologize, Young said.
Given the various and sundry vulgarities favored on the airwaves nowadays, things seem to have gone to the opposite extreme.
That press release, the suit said, stated the 10 former members had screamed vulgarities and racial slurs and sexually harassed chamber members and staff.
That press release, the lawsuit said, stated the 10 former members had screamed vulgarities and racial slurs and sexually harassed chamber members and staff.