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vulgarian Line breaks: vul¦gar|ian
Pronunciation: /vʌlˈɡɛːrɪən/

Definition of vulgarian in English:


An unrefined person, especially one with newly acquired power or wealth: he is a jumped-up vulgarian the new bosses are such vulgarians
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  • Serios plays the part of a buffoon, a vulgarian blessed with a minor telepathic power.
  • They too are vulgarians, mired in material concerns (the little boy is depicted as already a savvy businessman).
  • It is stunning to see Mumbai's beautiful people turned in the space of two hours into ugly, pock marked, uncouth vulgarians.

Words that rhyme with vulgarian

agrarian, antiquarian, apiarian, Aquarian, Arian, Aryan, authoritarian, barbarian, Bavarian, Bulgarian, Caesarean (US Cesarean), centenarian, communitarian, contrarian, Darien, disciplinarian, egalitarian, equalitarian, establishmentarian, fruitarian, Gibraltarian, grammarian, Hanoverian, humanitarian, Hungarian, latitudinarian, libertarian, librarian, majoritarian, millenarian, necessarian, necessitarian, nonagenarian, octogenarian, ovarian, Parian, parliamentarian, planarian, predestinarian, prelapsarian, proletarian, quadragenarian, quinquagenarian, quodlibetarian, Rastafarian, riparian, rosarian, Rotarian, sabbatarian, Sagittarian, sanitarian, Sauveterrian, sectarian, seminarian, septuagenarian, sexagenarian, topiarian, totalitarian, Trinitarian, ubiquitarian, Unitarian, utilitarian, valetudinarian, vegetarian, veterinarian

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