vulgar (n.) Old form(s): vulger
familiar, ordinary, everyday
1H4 III.ii.41[King Henry to Prince Hal, of Hal's behaviour] So stale and cheap to vulgar company
1H6 III.ii.4[Pucelle to her soldiers] Talk like the vulgar sort of market-men
Cor IV.vii.21[Aufidius to Lieutenant] no less apparent / To th'vulgar eye
E3 II.i.315[King Edward to Warwick] These are the vulgar tenders of false men
Ham I.ii.99[Claudius to Hamlet] as common / As any the most vulgar thing to sense
Sonn.38.4[] Thine own sweet argument, too excellent / For every vulgar paper to rehearse
TN III.i.121[Viola as Cesario to Olivia] 'tis a vulgar proof / That very oft we pity enemies
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