[ US /ˈkɹæs/ ]
[ UK /kɹˈɑːs/ ]
  1. (of persons) so unrefined as to be lacking in discrimination and sensibility
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How To Use crass In A Sentence

  • As many as 30 different species grow, among them Alpine bartsia Bartsia alpina, Alpine bistort Polygonum viviparum, Unalaska fleabane Erigeron humilis and thick-leaved whitlow grass Draba crassifolia. Ilulissat Icefjord, Denmark-Greenland
  • Both acts are born of reckless selfishness and crass stupidity and both should be condemned. The Sun
  • Stray too far in one direction and you devolve into saccharine sentimentality, go the other direction and you risk crass exploitation.
  • What selfish purpose is served by a crass attempt to hide something that stands no chance at all of escaping notice? Times, Sunday Times
  • That might have been crass, but the film is peppered with jarring references and disconcerting parallels to current events.
  • How did birthdays become less like Thanksgiving and more like the crass side of Christmas?
  • He told the meeting: ‘It would be unbelievably crass to introduce a system without any other element of modal shift.’
  • In an age of crassness, vulgarity and self-indulgence, she has continued to be an icon of what we once were and of what we might yet become again.
  • Many of them, I think, are so turned off by the crassness of the current political climate that they have turned away from politics.
  • The primary motive is to free the self from a life that is necessarily rendered crass and degrading by society.
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