Definition of Crudest

1. Adjective. (superlative of crude) ¹



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Definition of Crudest

1. crude [adj] - See also: crude

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crudest

crude-oil
crude birth rate
crude calcium sulfide
crude death rate
crude drug
crude fibre
crude oil
crude protein
crude sap
crude urine
crudely
crudeness
crudenesses
cruder
crudes
crudest (current term)
crudites
crudities
crudity
crudle
crudled
crudles
crudling
cruds
crudy
crue
cruel
cruel and unusual punishment
cruel plant

Literary usage of Crudest

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1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1915)
"... in the present case unlawful, which, under the St. Louis Club Case, were lawful at the time they occurred, would violate the crudest notions of justice. ..."

2. New Jersey as a Colony and as a State: One of the Original Thirteen by Francis Bazley Lee (1902)
"Ranging from crudest communism to scientific socialism, mixed with every form of religious belief or no belief at all, men were attracted hither and thither ..."

3. Analysis of Ornament: The Characteristics of Styles: an Introduction to the by Ralph Nicholson Wornum (1882)
"... when compared with even the crudest materials of the coarsest execution, if only arranged in any order or combination of harmonic progression. ..."

4. Co-operative Credit for the United States by Henry William Wolff (1917)
"... among the help-requiring masses of economically backward countries, whose acquaintance with business practices is of the crudest, this more primitive ..."

5. Notes and Comments on Industrial, Economic, Political and Historical Subjects by James Moore Swank (1897)
"From Edward's time the protective policy is clearly marked in English history, although its application was long limited to the crudest industries. ..."

6. Chambers' Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1874)
"Cast iron, as the crudest, cheapest, and most fusible, is used for the heavy portions of engineering work, such as bed- Malleable iron differs considerably ..."

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