EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRASSLY
In order to apply the severest test the query should be a crassly foolish one.
It was strange that hitherto he should have been so crassly blind.
He says she is too crassly material to appreciate his knowledge of chemistry.
It represented the legal ethics of a society on most of its sides brutally and crassly individualistic.
Even scientific men are sometimes as crassly incredulous as the uncultured masses.
The heir was as woe begone of face and as crassly sombre of raiment as even the most captious could have desired.
Here was a government so crassly wicked and purposely blind as to profess neutrality and yet refuse to fight our battles!
In short, a born liar, credulous and barbarous, crassly ignorant and inconceivably stubborn.'
They were not so crassly or grossly materialistic as the present age undoubtedly is.
1540s, from Middle French crasse (16c.), from Latin crassus "solid, thick, fat; dense." The literal sense always has been rare in English; meaning "grossly stupid" is recorded from 1650s, from French. Related: Crassly; crassness.