For all its crimes and vulgarity, News of the World was a Sunday-morning staple for millions.
Sometimes I wonder if I actually believe in vulgarity, as a concept.
Where do you see the line between explicitness and vulgarity?
Wilde deplored American commercialism and vulgarity, but he admired American simplicity and decency.
With color, vulgarity, and brilliance, Thompson makes it clear how and why he unabashedly supports McGovern over Nixon.
Such work was to him for the most part a detestable compound of vulgarity and rodomontade.
This lack of perception, this incapacity for enjoyment of the beautiful, is vulgarity.
Here there is no question of right or wrong, refinement or vulgarity.
vulgarity is contentment with what is common, and to be had on easy terms.
Light literature sank deeper and deeper into the slough of vulgarity and pruriency.