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ugly (adjective)
ugly, hideous, abhorrent, grotesque, disagreeable, odious, undesirable, repulsive, displeasing, unappealing, unaesthetic, unattractive, repellent, unpleasing, unlovely, unpleasant, disfigured, plain, unsightly, ill-looking, homely, shapeless, repugnant.
vulgar (adjective)
rough, rank, offensive, coarse, earthy, shameless, degraded, unseemly, revolting, ill-bred, chintzy, unpolished, broad, glaring, undignified, depraved, cheap, ignominious, ignoble, scandalous, brutish, tawdry, graceless, barbaric, crass, sleazy, idiomatic, sordid, coarse-grained, indelicate, gaudy, in bad taste, obscene, colloquial, unbecoming, animal, raw, vulgar, tactless, low, brazen, profane, crude, tasteless, homespun, boorish, cockney, rude, barnyard, garish, philistine, outlandish, base, repulsive, clumsy, salty, common, gross, unrefined.
inelegant (adjective)
clumsy, barbarous, unrefined, coarse, gawky, awkward, boorish, tasteless, gross, uncivil, rude, unpolished, tactless, vulgar, brutish, crude, undignified, raw, earthy, tawdry, graceless.
Other synonyms:
impertinent, untaught, uneasy, clownish, impolite, rural, verdant, artless, unpolished, sylvan, homely, gauche, ungraceful, unstylish, cheesy, uncomfortable, discourteous, ticky-tacky, stiff, unsophisticated, rustic, graceless, impudent, wooden, country, style, pastoral, unfashionable, styleless, rough-hewn, agricultural, smart, hoidenish, stilted, abrasive, bucolic, countrified, dowdy, uncouth, tacky, ill-mannered, trashy, insolent.
Examples of usage:
  1. After this, few find any time to arrange, and make use of, the mass of elementary knowledge they have acquired; and fewer still have either leisure or taste for the inelegant, every- day duties of life. - "The American Frugal Housewife", Lydia M. Child.
  2. They gave place in long time to a younger generation of wits; and of that generation, from Dryden down to the common characteristic was hard- hearted, shameless, swaggering licentiousness, at once inelegant and inhuman. no Durfey, - "The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5)", Thomas Babington Macaulay.
  3. It will be inelegant, but it will be orderly and clean. - "Home Life in Germany", Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick.

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