His well-conducted heart nudged him suddenly like a vulgar, jocular friend.
"Prisoners" by Mary Cholmondeley
An ugly thing, who had some vulgar charm about her, for all the men raved over her.
"Woman Triumphant" by Vicente Blasco Ibañez
He makes no vulgar boast about escaping from the fetters of religion.
"Platform Monologues" by T. G. Tucker
Besides this inevitable moral destitution, we (p. 090) were irreclaimably given over to vulgarity.
"James Fenimore Cooper" by Thomas R. Lounsbury
I gave her light in a vulgar age.
"The Way of Ambition" by Robert Hichens
He shows himself possessed of a hatred for all that is unjust and ungirt and vulgar.
"Musical Portraits" by Paul Rosenfeld
There is one person who is vulgar here, and that is yourself, and you are the only one.
"Sarah's School Friend" by May Baldwin
She had no aptitude for aimlessness, and moreover thought it vulgar.
"The Tragic Muse" by Henry James
Our romances are slightly vulgar.
"Women's Wild Oats" by C. Gasquoine Hartley
But no hard drinks, no vulgar pretzels and wursts.
"Europe After 8:15" by H. L. Mencken, George Jean Nathan and Willard Huntington Wright
Joy! Free, at last, from vulgar thrall:
No longer need my voice be dumb;
And quicker far than thou canst call,
O Italy, I come!
"Free" by Alfred Austin
"Who is it that this dark night
Underneath my window plaineth?"
'It is one who from thy sight
Being, ah! exiled, disdaineth
Every other vulgar light.'
"Astrophel And Stella-Eleventh Song" by Sir Philip Sidney
With wit he is stunn'd,
He's baited and dunn'd,
But the wit is a wit of their own;
Both vulgar and dull,
Their skulls being full
Of matters that long have been known.
"Lines, Written At The Blue Ball, Rochdale." by Samuel Bamford
Where yawns the precipice of depth unseen,
Where frowns some mountain's elevated brow,
Or where the moon shines o'er the haunted green,
From vulgar fear deserted long ago.
"Meditation" by Charlotte Dacre
False mocking fancy! Once I too could dream,
Who now can only see with vulgar eye
That he’s no nearer to the moon than I
And she’s a stone that catches the sun’s beam.
"French Nocturne (Monchy-Le-Preux)" by C S Lewis
"'Force not my tongue to ask its scanty bread,
Nor hurl thy Jessy to the vulgar crew;
Not such the parent's board at which I fed!
Not such the precepts from his lips I drew!
"Elegy XXVI. Describing the Sorrow of An Ingeneous Mind" by William Shenstone
R&B singer Chris Brown has taken down his Twitter account after a vulgar online exchange with comedian Jenny Johnson.
Fluke 's first thought when Rush Limbaugh called her vulgar names in February for supporting a contraception mandate for health insurers: "I need to call my parents.".
A newly elected state lawmaker in New Mexico is facing heat after a newly posted YouTube video showed him giving an opponent's campaign worker a vulgar gesture on Election Day.
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This movie is supposed to be dumb, vulgar, ridiculous, offensive, crazy and funny.
He understood the power of vulgarity .
"I love vulgarity ," she once said.
Versace used vulgarity Italian-style and he sprinkled it on pretty liberally.
Is Food Production Vulgar .
(AP) R&B singer Chris Brown has taken down his Twitter account after a vulgar online exchange with comedian Jenny Johnson.
Pantera's ' Vulgar Display of Power' Turns 20.
Metal heads to this day still fight over which Pantera album rocked harder, is it 1990?s Cowboys from Hell or 1992?s Vulgar Display of Power.
Some of them also post vulgar materials that make an embarrass situation for other bloggers.
Algorithm and Implementation of the Blog-Post Supervision Process
The contrast with the vulgar conception of physical space as a container containing a multitude of self-existent substances (forms ﬁlled with stuff or pointlike bits of stuff ) could hardly be greater.
Quantum Mechanics and the Cookie Cutter Paradigm