Definition of "vulgarization" []

  • To make commonplace or vulgar; debase (verb)
  • To make (something little known or difficult to understand) widely known or popular among the public; popularize (verb)
  • Alternative spelling of vulgarisation. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "vulgarization" in a sentence
  • "I mean, come on, tens of thousands at every rally, tickets in short supply - we must all represent, what was that you said, the "vulgarization" of American politics."
  • "Peggy Noonan referred to Palin as a "vulgarization" of our politics."
  • "Unless Noonan's been preoccupied promoting her book on the Space Station, and missed the lefts '"vulgarization" of Palin and her family, which is surely among the worst in political history, why isn't she whacking their knuckles instead of Palin's?"