Definitions and Examples of unrefined, tacky, vulgar
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Lacking in refinement, culture, or taste; coarse or crude.
His jokes were unrefined and often offended people.
Showing poor taste or quality; lacking style or elegance.
The decorations at the party were tacky and cheap-looking.
Lacking sophistication or good taste; indecent or obscene.
The comedian's jokes were too vulgar for the audience.
Key Differences: unrefined vs tacky vs vulgar
- 1Unrefined suggests a lack of culture or taste.
- 2Tacky implies a lack of style or elegance.
- 3Vulgar suggests indecency or obscenity.
Effective Usage of unrefined, tacky, vulgar
- 1Describing Taste: Use these antonyms to describe food, fashion, or art that lacks sophistication or elegance.
- 2Critiquing Behavior: Use these antonyms to criticize behavior that is indecent or inappropriate.
- 3Expressing Disapproval: Use these antonyms to express disapproval of something that is not classy or refined.
The antonyms of classier are unrefined, tacky, and vulgar. Use these words to describe things that are not sophisticated or elegant, critique behavior that is indecent or inappropriate, and express disapproval of something that is not classy or refined.