What is another word for vulgarly?

Pronunciation: [vˈʌlɡəli] (IPA)

Vulgarly is an adjective that is used to describe something that is indecent, crude, or offensive. If you're looking for alternative words to use instead of vulgarly, you might consider words like coarsely, obscenely, tastelessly, crassly, or offensively. These words can be used to describe any behavior, language, or actions that are considered indecent or inappropriate. Other synonyms for vulgarly include distastefully, rudely, roughly, unseemly, or unrefined. Depending on the context in which you are using the word, you may want to choose a synonym that more accurately captures the tone or style of your message.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for vulgarly?

Vulgarly is an adverb that describes something that is common, commonplace, or lacking in taste or refinement. Antonyms for vulgarly include elegantly, gracefully, sophisticatedly, exquisitely, tastefully, stylishly, and refinedly. These are words that express a sense of class, sophistication, and refinement that is the opposite of vulgarity. Elegant refers to someone or something that is refined, graceful, or stylish. Sophisticated implies knowledge, experience, and cultivation. Exquisite expresses a sense of beauty, delicacy, or perfection. Tasteful describes something that is pleasing to the senses or conforms to good taste. Refined describes something that is cultured, polished, or improved. Stylish refers to something that is fashionable, modern, or trendy.

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Usage examples for Vulgarly

"I have discovered that the luxurious bath is not actually necessary to life, and, from a hygienic point of view, there's no real drawback to the kind of soap vulgarly known as 'hoss.
"The Son of his Father"
Ridgwell Cullum
English statesmen and economists have never entertained the rigid aversion to Government interference that is vulgarly attributed to them, but with all their profound belief in individual liberty they have always reserved for the Government a concurrent sphere of social and economic activity-what may even be designated a specific social and economic mission.
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae
Now, there never was a girl less likely to please Miss Tredgold than this vulgarly dressed, loud-voiced, and unlady-like girl.
"Girls of the Forest"
L. T. Meade

Famous quotes with Vulgarly

  • To the average mind popular music would mean compositions vulgarly conceived and commonplace in their treatment. That is absolutely false.
    John Philip Sousa
  • The only vestige of these musical vagrants now remaining, is to be found in the blind fiddlers wandering about the country, and the ballad singers, who frequently accompany their ditties with instrumental music, especially the fiddle, vulgarly called a crowd, and the guitar. And here we may observe, that the name of fiddlers was applied to the minstrels as early at least as the fourteenth century: it occurs in the Vision of Pierce the Ploughman, where we read, "not to fare as a fydeler, or a frier, to seke feastes."
    Joseph Strutt
  • So, gentle reader, (as you and I value what we should ashamed—after witnessing a few minor circus-marvels—to call our "lives,") let us never be fooled into taking seriously that perfectly superficial distinction which is vulgarly drawn between the circus-show and "art" or "the arts." Let us not forget that every authentic "work of art" is in and of itself alive and that, however "the arts" may differ among themselves, their common function is the expression of that supreme alive-ness which is known as "beauty." This being so, our three ring circus is art—for to contend that the spectacle in question is not an authentic manifestation of "beauty" is as childish, as to dismiss the circus on the ground that it is "childish," is idiotic.
    E. E. Cummings
  • Better have failed in the high aim, as I, Than vulgarly in the low aim succeed,— As, God be thanked! I do not.
    Robert Browning
  • We have oftener than once endeavoured to attach some meaning to that aphorism, vulgarly imputed to Shaftesbury, which however we can find nowhere in his works, that "ridicule is the test of truth."
    Thomas Carlyle

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