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Vulgar, subst. 1) the common people: “which the base v. do call three,” LLL I, 2, 51. “so do our v. drench their peasant limbs in blood of princes,” H5 IV, 7, 80. “drive away the v. from the streets,” Caes. I, 1, 75. --s, in the same sense: “as bad as those that --s give boldest titles,” Wint. II, 1, 94.
2) the common and vernacular tongue (in the language of Armado and Touchstone): “which to annothanize in the v. -- O base and obscure v.!” LLL IV, 1, 69. LLL IV, 1, 69 “abandon, which is in the v. leave,” As V, 1, 53.
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