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vulgarian

Line breaks: vul¦gar|ian
Pronunciation: /vʌlˈɡɛːrɪən
 
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Definition of vulgarian in English:

noun

An unrefined person, especially one with newly acquired power or wealth: he is a jumped-up vulgarian the new bosses are such vulgarians
More example sentences
  • 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.

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