Did not you marry a low creature,—a vulgarian, a tradesman's daughter?
Then he thought of his own sister married to that vulgarian, Friedland.
One thing is certain, that the man who collects large paper books as large paper books is a vulgarian and a fool.
"You see, Hycy, the vulgarian will come out," said his mother.
If she offers them every luxury and is not polite, she is a snob and a vulgarian.
Did not you marry a low creature—a vulgarian—a tradesman's daughter?
The vulgarian's pleasure lies not in the article itself so much as in the price paid for it.
He did not relish having to hobnob in this way with such a vulgarian as a grafting police captain.
Moreover, he is no vulgarian like Nordau, lecturing in a muddy pathological jargon about subjects completely over his head.
Heelless boots with angular toes, wedded to narrow, unstrapped trouser-ends—these denoted the vulgarian.