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- n. The state of being crass
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Grossness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being crass; coarseness; thickness; denseness; heaviness; grossness; stupidity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being crass--devoid of refinement
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I hear from the older generation that this kind of crassness was quite typical of LBJ.
That "crassness" common to all men in this strange world, and in the
But, notwithstanding their perceived crassness, they are beneficial to development in at least four ways:
Until someone with a whole lot of sense, very large cojones pardon my crassness, and even more power decides to make this shift a crusade, America will continue to violate the Law of Insanity: doing the same thing and expecting different results.
That doesn't mean that supporters of the war are not appalled by the crassness of the column, however.
That weak souls, and sensitive souls, and high-pitched souls flee from the crassness and the rawness of the world to the drug-dreams of the over-world of rhythm and vibration —
If the crassness of the current social, political, and economic climate has you down in the dumps, I can't recommend a lovelier, more charming, experience.
Such crassness would hurt his image and that of Jews, Frankfurter and Mack feared.
It would be insensitive to the point of crassness to compare the current travails in the Middle East and North Africa with the daily experiences which we in the West are typically exposed to.
Imagine the crassness of Limbaugh to celebrate his prediction of Ted Kennedy's death instead of honoring the man.