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Spell check of vulgar

Correct spelling: vulgar

Synonyms:
sodding, common, mutual, crying, shallow, popular, impolite, unpolished, low, impure, nonliterary, graceless, undiscriminating, double-dyed, ill-mannered, outlandish, mindless, unseemly, garish, unwashed, vernacular, refined, offensive, undignified, rough, clumsy, utter, X-rated, usual, arrant, coarse, depraved, stark, cockney, rank, raffish, crude, conversational, unprintable, impetuous, caddish, spicy, tacky, degraded, uncultured, familiar, illiberal, unprocessed, hasty, smooth, shameless, humble, barbaric, pretentious, raunchy, down-to-earth, insensible, prole, lewd, brash, trashy, unbookish, glaring, blunt, ignominious, uncivil, animal, awkward, repulsive, porcine, indelicate, inferior, decent, complete, elegant, lascivious, foul, jokey, prevailing, brutish, impudent, base, mean, lowbred, barbarous, philistine, saucy, barnyard, baseborn, ribald, ignoble, lumpen, pure, unliterary, barbarian, unbecoming, scatological, scandalous, sleazy, courtesy, bawdy, impertinent, scatologic, nonformal, primitive, homespun, in bad taste, gutter, roughneck, consummate, naughty, uncivilized, ruling, low-life, stag, smart, discourteous, inelegant, foolish, cornball, flagrant, salty, ill-bred, rugged, boorish, revolting, unadulterated, crass, declassed, indecent, cheap, unthinking, pornographic, profane, contemptuous, rude, impulsive, brazen, majority, Fescennine, abrasive, blue, broad, filthy, thoroughgoing, porny, colloquial, roughhewn, lower-class, proletarian, ordinary, public, overdone, nasty, ostentatious, megascopic, idiomatic, wanton, lowborn, over, coarse-grained, received, tasteless, unrefined, informal, hoary, uncouth, obscene, churlish, sordid, tactless, off-color, raw, gross, overall, corny, plebeian, lowly, gawky, dirty, rough-cut, uncultivated, egregious, locker-room, rough-hewn, tawdry, perfect, gaudy, earthy, everlasting, scurrilous, staring, incult, smutty, lowbrow, harsh, ill-considered, chintzy, insolent, irresponsible, disrespectful.

Antonyms:
gentle, aristocratic, priggish, learned, grand, pleasant, peculiar, highbred, pleasing, upper-class, sophisticated, unknown, genteel, suitable, agreeable, inoffensive, Victorian, becoming, idiosyncratic, cultured, individual, strange, smooth, refined, G-rated, correct, rare, appropriate, singular, especial, polished, notable, perfect, well-bred, noble, innocuous, urbane, separate, proper, grammatical, formal, pure, wholesome, elegant, uncommon, straitlaced, welcome, bookish, nonpublic, special, wellborn, polite, blue-blooded, prudish, considerate, sensitive, decent, high, tasteful, spotless, acceptable, courtly, distinctive, graceful, thoughtful, prominent, desirable, fit, virginal, lofty, restrained, educated, gracious, personal, literary, patrician, cultivated, upper-crust, sanctioned, decorous, unpopular, civilized, unique, standard, eminent, approved, nice, highborn, private, great, immaculate, meet, seemly, prim, citified, clean, puritanical, unusual, respectable, staid, illustrious, endorsed.

Examples of usage:

1) Go to that vulgar place which I must not mention in your presence. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) Such- it's vulgar, Val Fleetwood! - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

3) You are an ill- bred, vulgar person! - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

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