vulgarism (Meaning)

Wordnet

vulgarism (n)

an offensive or indecent word or phrase

the quality of lacking taste and refinement

Webster

vulgarism (n.)

Grossness; rudeness; vulgarity.

A vulgar phrase or expression.

vulgarism Sentence Examples

  1. The news article contained vulgarism that made it unsuitable for children.
  2. His language was peppered with vulgarisms that offended the audience.
  3. The song lyrics were so full of vulgarisms that they were banned from the radio.
  4. The speaker's vulgarisms were so excessive that they were asked to leave the venue.
  5. The film was criticized for its gratuitous use of vulgarisms.
  6. The politician's speech was littered with vulgarisms that undermined his credibility.
  7. The novel was praised for its realistic portrayal of vernacular but criticized for its vulgarisms.
  8. The comedian's routine relied heavily on vulgarisms which alienated some of his audience.
  9. The graffiti was covered in vulgarisms that were offensive to passersby.
  10. The social media post contained vulgarisms that resulted in the user being banned from the platform.

FAQs About the word vulgarism

an offensive or indecent word or phrase, the quality of lacking taste and refinementGrossness; rudeness; vulgarity., A vulgar phrase or expression.

curse, obscenity, epithet, language, swear, profanity, expletive, cuss, name,dirty word

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The news article contained vulgarism that made it unsuitable for children.

His language was peppered with vulgarisms that offended the audience.

The song lyrics were so full of vulgarisms that they were banned from the radio.

The speaker's vulgarisms were so excessive that they were asked to leave the venue.