gross[ grohs ]SEE DEFINITION OF gross
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROSS
To expect the material from Him is to make Him gross, and to become gross ourselves.
Judge them not by the gross and heavy form in which they now appear.
Aggie sniffed vehemently in rebuke of the gross partiality of fate in his behalf.
The tall son of Hanover was lean of flesh, but gross in muscle.
At the door she met a bluff, big man, gross from head to foot.
My anger and disgust at his gross earthy egoism had vanished.
Barbara, in her Red Gross uniform, is quiet and resourceful.
I am not sure that views as gross and material are not often held by people who ought to be wiser.
But a view of the town is one of the surest rules for a gross estimate.
He lacked words to express his sense of so gross an outrage.