other words for crudity
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
I suppose the reasonable Anti-Socialist will hardly maintain it seriously with that crudity.
When one enters a cathedral close he feels that he is in a land that frowns on the crudity of change.
I play upon his vanity, scoffing at the crudity of his plans of revenge.
Then Winckelmann and his successors triumphed over it for a while,—showed at least the crudity of that statement.
The opening of Marcion's Gospel is more free from abruptness and crudity than that of Luke.
The nature of the instructions indicate the crudity of the ideas then ruling as to codification.
But I postponed the work since I trembled at the greatness of the task and the crudity of my plan.
Sentiment she regarded as an indication of crudity, emotion as an insignia of vulgarity.
In this case the time might be longer because of the crudity of the girl.
There came into her face for another glance at their friend no crudity of curiosity, but an expression more tenderly wistful.