|part of speech:
||vulgarized, vulgarizes, vulgarizing
||to make unrefined, base, or obscene.
Her natural beauty was vulgarized by garish makeup.The tabloids tried to vulgarize what in truth was an innocent relationship.
||to reduce to commonness or mass popularity.
The critic felt that the new version of the play vulgarized Shakespeare.
||vulgarization (n.), vulgarizer (n.)