crudeness crudeness


  1. (n) a wild or unrefined state
  2. (n) an impolite manner that is vulgar and lacking tact or refinement
  3. (n) an unpolished unrefined quality


  1. She's sweet, simple, unflappable, and like Edith Bunker before her, she uses her goodness as a shield from the crudeness of her husband and the never-ending needs of her kids.
  2. It's the crudeness mixed with sweetness that makes his comedy interesting.
  3. The movies' formal crudeness wasn't necessarily a drawback in a day that still took Andy Warhol verite seriously and made hits out of the sloppy likes of Easy Rider and Billy Jack.



  1. "We are keen to win, but I think it is going to be a bit of a power game in its initial crudeness and that is not Stephen's game. Also, mobility in the field is a factor," Bracewell said. "We also wanted to give the new captain a chance to...
    on Aug 9, 2007 By: John Bracewell Source:

  2. And governor-general Michael Jeffery, the Queen's representative in Australia, said there is a "culture of crudeness" in the country.
    on Jun 19, 2008 By: Michael Jeffery Source:

  3. "He did fine," Leyland said. "There's some crudeness there yet. He's just a baby, one year out of college."
    on Jun 16, 2007 By: Jim Leyland Source:

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