badness (part of speech: noun)
vulgarity (part of speech: noun)
earthiness, commonness, clumsiness, rudeness, colloquialism, grossness, broadness, gracelessness, outlandishness, rankness, offensiveness, saltiness, garishness, vernacular, gaudiness, ignominy, brazenness, boorishness, crassness, repulsiveness, roughness, crudeness, profanity, tawdriness, indelicacy, vulgarity, shamelessness, sleaze, tactlessness, coarseness, inelegance, tastelessness, rawness, lowness, barbarism, brutishness, depravity, animality
vice (part of speech: noun)
evildoing, sinfulness, criminality, impropriety, immorality, sadism, degeneration, damnability, reprehensibleness, blameworthiness, perverseness, indecency, obnoxiousness, corruption, wickedness, sinisterness, perversion, villainousness, iniquitousness, debauchery, debasement, sin, feloniousness
- What a sorry spectacle is that troop of judges, with hanging heads and bent backs, driven with the butt end of the musket into baseness and iniquity! - "Napoleon the Little", Victor Hugo.
- If the personality of the prophet seemed more attractive to those who believed, not having seen him, to Susannah, who knew the baseness of his origin so well, the sudden increase of his influence over hundreds of people seemed the greatest of marvels; and it was impossible but that even his person should gain some added grace from the reflected light of success. - "The Mormon Prophet", Lily Dougall.
- God had a mind to make him see the baseness of his own life in the wickedness of his wife's. - "The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3", John Bunyan.