vulgarian

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vul·gar·i·an

 (vŭl-gâr′ē-ən)
n.
A person who makes an ostentatious display of wealth and is often poorly educated or lacking in refinement. See Synonyms at boor.

vulgarian

(vʌlˈɡɛərɪən)
n
a vulgar person, esp one who is rich or has pretensions to good taste

vul•gar•i•an

(vʌlˈgɛər i ən)

n.
a vulgar person, esp. one who is wealthy, prominent, or has pretensions to good breeding.
[1640–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vulgarian - a vulgar person (especially someone who makes a vulgar display of wealth)
disagreeable person, unpleasant person - a person who is not pleasant or agreeable
ribald - a ribald person; someone who uses vulgar and offensive language
slob, sloven, slovenly person, pig - a coarse obnoxious person

vulgarian

noun
An unrefined, rude person:
Translations

vulgarian

[vʌlˈgɛərɪən] N (= unrefined) → ordinario/a m/f; (= wealthy) → ricacho/a m/f
References in classic literature ?
Everything going out and nothing coming in, as the vulgarians say.
I gave the little vulgarian a shilling, and returned to the club disgusted.
Helen roused her by saying: "What a prosperous vulgarian Mr.
The flamboyant Vulgarians are led by Raymund Concepcion as the tyrant Baron Bomburst, and Yulo as the wicked Baroness.
Thank God that the women who fought the battles for our right to vote didn't behave like the hysterical vulgarians on display in our nation's Capitol on Saturday.
The fact is that there is currently no way to quantify how widespread the so-called Bernie Bro attitude is - whether there is a significant contingent of Sanders fans who, like fans of many things online, are misogynistic vulgarians, or whether the whole thing is being inflated.
For example, Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach is a private club for very nouveaux riches vulgarians and will not allow anyone to cross or use its beach.
In a column denouncing the "Triumph of Vulgarians," National Review's Jonah Goldberg assailed recidivist twerker Miley Cyrus and the sailor talk on the cooking show Top Chef while praising comedians such as Bill Cosby and Jerry Seinfeld for "keeping it clean.
I also like that all the vulgarians are good players, and that I take no more pleasure in beating a vulgarian than I would in beating, say, Mother Teresa or Billy Graham.
We may not be on the verge of a Golden Age or even a Silver Age, but as the duopoly of the hatemongering intelligentsia in the academy and the schlockmeistering vulgarians in the publishing industry breaks up, a few bright young men and women might take heart of grace and write something worth reading.
An equal-opportunity hater, Vidal loathed English professors for mangling the language and immigrants for being Johnny-come-lately vulgarians.
After their sole year spent living in different cities, as Colette returned to Bristol for 12 months after studying English Literature at Kings College and Hannah left for the big smoke to study Fine Art Photography, they reunited in London and formed Vulgarians, a bile-laden punk band that ran roughshod over any concept of rules.