Last modified on 24 May 2014, at 13:39

crass

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From Middle French crasse, from Latin crassus (dense).

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crass (comparative crasser, superlative crassest)

  1. coarse; crude; not refined or sensible
    • 2002, Mike Tyson to the Media,
      You guys would rather be with someone else who’s equal to your status in life. Tiger Woods, or somebody. I comes across as crass, a Neanderthal, a babbling idiot sometimes. I like to show you that person. I like that person. [...]
  2. materialistic
  3. dense

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