from The Century Dictionary.
- Not vulgar or common.
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- adjective Not
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For it is drama of the vulgar as of the unvulgar -- a deep tragedy of human nature; alas! time has not made
He was, in fact, reformed by his great commercial success to this extent, that his vices had become of the most distinguished and unvulgar grade.
It was an eminently unvulgar, and ought to have been a very sweet, home-coming.
Tongues of Conscience Robert Smythe Hichens 1907
Not wealth alone could purchase entrance within those sacred precincts unless, indeed, it were of sufficient magnitude and distributed with judicious and unvulgar generosity.
The Man from Glengarry; a tale of the Ottawa Ralph Connor 1898
Still, he warmed up nicely as the show went on and in the utterly unvulgar sketch where each of them played one of
I can feed calves and milk and grind out my days here just as well vulgar as unvulgar, "I answered savagely.
My Brilliant Career Miles Franklin 1916