The quality of being vulgar, coarse, or abusive.(noun)
A vulgar, coarse, or abusive remark or passage.(noun)
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Use "scurrility" in a sentence
"Or obscenity or foolish talking or scurrility, which is to no purpose: but rather giving of thanks."
"Even from the eutrapelia which might signify a bon-mot, literally, and which certainly is not "scurrility," unless the apostle was ironical, reflecting on jokes with heathen considered"
"How, that is to say, can we account for what Terry Eagleton, in The Function of Criticism, calls the "scurrility" and "sectarian virulence" (37) of the Quarterly and the Edinburgh Reviews?"