VulgateVUHL-geytPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, 4th century
1A commonly recognized text or edition, as of the Iliad.2Common or colloquial speech.
Examples of Vulgate in a sentence “The professor instructed his class to purchase the vulgate of “Romeo and Juliet” so that they could all read the same text.” “While I use flowery words on the stage, I prefer vulgate with my friends.”

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