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1 Vulgarity is a very important ingredient in life.
2 She was offended by the vulgarity of their jokes.
3 What he said trenched on vulgarity.
4 It's his vulgarity that I can't take.
5 I disgusted with him at his vulgarity.
6 I hate the vulgarity of this room.
7 There's a good deal of vulgarity.
8 The vulgarity had a lasting impression on me.
9 His vulgarity offended the code of his tweedy circle.
10 Mistakenly, I had expected a stereotyped vulgarity.
11 Dyson was stunned by the vulgarity of it.
12 There is little to suggest any aesthetic vulgarity or antipathy to culture on their part.
13 In Holy Trinity Church Nicholson abounded in anecdotes, vulgarity, rudeness, emotional appeals(sentencedict.com), a dogmatism so dogmatic as to frighten.
14 Their vulgarity, loudness and lack of manners scandalized their hosts.
15 In the cities and towns now, a hideous vulgarity reigned.
16 Eduardo Arroyo, who confuses the vulgarity of Madrid's status as cultural capital with the praiseworthiness of a perverse act.
17 Time curbed the artist's pride and the philistine's vulgarity.
18 It is the uneducated vulgarity of expression at all.
19 A detestable compound of vulgarity and rodomontade .
20 He was above the common and free from vulgarity.
21 They appreciated his devotion to work and freedom from vulgarity.
22 What the former valued as a proper earthiness and sensuality,[www.Sentencedict.com] the latter condemned as mere vulgarity.
23 They'd done it in Gaelic to cover up the vulgarity. Very crude people.
24 It was a difficult subject done well by a medium that often celebrates the banality and vulgarity of our culture.
25 They'd done it in Gaelic to cover up the vulgarity.
26 Some spoke of Saint Laurent's superb use of color, others muttered about vulgarity.
27 These poor chaps were searching desperately for a project which would not be cursed with the ephemeral vulgarity of their usual tasks.
28 Stanley Spencer had been through the war; he had experienced the horror, the vulgarity, of war.
29 The pink marble reception area was a monument to the vulgarity of mass tourism.
30 A self-confessed gossip columnist, she writes under her former married name of Lady Colin Campbell - to me her first vulgarity.
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