I gave the little vulgarian
a shilling, and returned to the club disgusted.
Helen roused her by saying: "What a prosperous vulgarian
Everything going out and nothing coming in, as the vulgarians
And if you voted for an inartful vulgarian
like Trump, then I don't think you get to ban anything.
Graydon Carter - now editor at Vanity Fair, then editor of the satirical "Spy Magazine" - referred to the real estate mogul as a "short-fingered vulgarian
There, beautifully stylized, meticulously written, and impeccably acted was our predicament, the reason we're now stranded with a disdainful vulgarian
about to occupy the highest office in the land.
It was a dark day not just for America but, given America's pivotal role in the global dialogue of cultures, for the world at large - and certainly a dark day for our part of it, where this vulgarian
and clueless blockhead is expected to quickly fulfil his campaign promise to overthrow decades of US foreign policy by recognising occupied Jerusalem as Israel's capital, signal the end of the two-state solution and take a benign approach to Israel's relentless colonisation in the Occupied Territories.
PRESIDENT-ELECT DONALD Trump's victory stunned a lot of Americans, not the least of which were members of the elite media, who couldn't fathom the possibility that A) the so-called experts had been wrong, and B) the American public might actually want this vulgarian
to be president.
3) And Matt Walsh chastises Trump-supporting Republicans who turned out in droves for a left-wing vulgarian
who, when he's not bragging of his adultery or fantasizing about dating his daughter or mocking POWs and the disabled, has taken to perpetuating conspiracy theories about how his former opponent's father killed JFK.
Not Donald Trump, the vulgarian
tycoon from New York and now the presumptive Republican nominee for president of the US (he is that, and we have to get used to it
Former EastEnders veterans Michelle Collins and Shaun Williamson do a fine job as silly grown-ups Baron and Baroness Bomburst, the Vulgarian
Royals who want Chitty for themselves.
Despite his poor choice of phrasing, the conservative politician had no intention of hiring a "child catcher"like the Vulgarian
villain of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.