crudity[ kroo-di-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF crudity
Synonyms for crudity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRUDITY
The airs and graces they assumed did but emphasise their crudity.
But excuse the audacity and the crudity of my speculations—it only proves my interest.
She seemed to him, in all this, an extraordinary mixture of innocence and crudity.
This retreat seemed to him romantic and pleasing, in spite of its crudity.
The crudity of the method is even regarded as a proof of its morality.
It strikes you as the crudity of a race not quite civilized.
But it was not the crudity, but the power, of the new-comer that impressed people.
What are the elements which produce the atmosphere of crudity that stands for Millerstown?
And this faith, in all its crudity, exists at the present day.
Crudity or deficiency of the verb characterizes the speech of all primitive peoples.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CRUDITY
- bad manners