crassness


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Synonyms for crassness

Synonyms for crassness

the quality of being crass--devoid of refinement

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While there is much that divides them, what, ironically, unites them is crassness, vituperation and an appalling lack of decorum.
It was handled with all the crassness of Pardew's appointment and the fact there was no simultaneous announcement on the club website spoke volumes.
Yet, if some of them have lost faith, I wouldn't be surprised because the billowing dark clouds of that horrific day are still chasing the good in us, still stirring in us a growing hardness, and a crassness in behavior that is threatening to be the norm.
Other examples of crassness included real snakeskin handbags, gold teeth and obvious hair extensions.
Maybe it's because of the crassness of Reality TV programmes.
Their performances on and off the field are a dismal catalogue of mediocrity and crassness, which is one of the reasons - along with the time differences with New Zealand, which produce unearthly kick off times for UK viewers - why this much-hyped competition is failing to grab the public's attention.
Untouchable rests heavily on the shoulders of Cluzet and Sy, whose winning screen chemistry atones for the script's occasional crassness.
Carla Gugino, who plays the OB/GYN delivering the expected babies, hints at the crassness of the enterprise.
in 1963, when a new alternative culture was dismissing the crassness and phoniness of commercial entertainment in favor of what author David Hajdu calls "an aesthetic of veracity" Barely 20 while performing and living together, Baez and Dylan, who met in 1961 and broke up in 1965, were, briefly, the reigning monarchs of a movement that scorned authority.
You never know with Dennis whether the air of crassness is a joke on him or you.
The news that Six Bridges Bar & Grill in the River Market District has been sold and will henceforth be known as Sticky Fingerz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack seems to be more evidence of the, crassness that has become acceptable in our culture.
But there's a fine line between wildness and crassness.
Such oscillations between taste and crassness resounded in the installation.
I won't dignify the crassness by mentioning some of the suggestions made, and besides I soon turned off the dreadful show.
To fire workers, some of whom worked there 20 years, is the height of crassness, and I don't think it will help (the hotels') cause in the long run.