1 Scarlett saw in a glance that the dress was bright in color to the point of vulgarity but nevertheless her eyes went over the outfit hungrily.
2 With the Republicans in the political saddle the town entered into an era of waste and ostentation, with the trappings of refinement thinly veneering the vice and vulgarity beneath.
3 On the crest of this wave of vulgarity, Scarlett rode triumphantly, newly a bride, dashingly pretty in her fine clothes, with Rhett's money solidly behind her.
4 She suddenly understood that they could be depended upon to laugh with her at Mrs. Bogart, and she now saw Juanita Haydock's gossip not as vulgarity but as gaiety and remarkable analysis.
5 They affect us just as vulgarity affects us.
6 Death and vulgarity are the only two facts in the nineteenth century that one cannot explain away.
7 All crime is vulgar, just as all vulgarity is crime.
8 Nothing was repulsive to her but vulgarity, and no one could have accused Bazarov of vulgarity.
9 The coat in itself was a very good one, it kept me warm; but it was wadded and it had a raccoon collar which was the height of vulgarity.
10 Then he recalled the coarseness and bluntness of her thoughts and the vulgarity of the expressions that were natural to her, though she had been brought up in the most aristocratic circles.
11 To find there, what he had forgotten during his absence of years, a pettiness and a vulgarity of manner extremely distasteful.
12 Isolation on a heath renders vulgarity well-nigh impossible.
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13 The father was a quiet, simple soul, calmly ignorant, with no touch of vulgarity.
14 The words had been on his tongue all the evening, but now that he had spoken them they struck him as inexpressibly vulgar and out of place.
15 She had always thought that only common vulgar men visited such women.