Definition of Crassnesses

1. crassness [n] - See also: crassness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crassnesses

crashproof
crasht
crashworthiness
crashworthy
crashy
crasis
craspedote
crastination
crastinations
crataegus
crataeguses
cratch
cratches
crate
crated
crateful
cratefuls
crateload

Literary usage of Crassnesses

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1. The Right and Wrong Uses of the Bible by Richard Heber Newton (1883)
"... then I must look to find all sorts of crudities and crassnesses in the representation of God, and all phases of unmoral and immoral life, ..."

2. The Right and Wrong Uses of the Bible by Richard Heber Newton (1883)
"... then I must look to find all sorts of crudities and crassnesses in the representation of God, and all phases of unmoral and immoral life, ..."

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