crude[ krood ]SEE DEFINITION OF crude
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRUDE
To the adventurer from New York they seem always new and crude.
It was Burke who offered a diversion, a crude interruption after his own fashion.
Scarification, with other crude penances, has now been superseded by benefaction.
They spoke English, and, after a fashion, reasoned in a crude sort of way.
It had required Sam's reference to gas and crude oil to close the circuit.
Is this patent of yours on a process of making gas from crude oil?
Now, these feelings are not crude; they are not even simple.
When the boys had ceased their crude guffaws the master asked, "Why did you laugh?"
They live in the crude, primordial fashion of their forefathers.
But for my day's fast I should have been unequal to this, or to the crude output of their frying-pans.