They were deliciously aware of the cameras and at first I was amused by the effort they put into crudely camera-hogging.
If anyone had bothered to look carefully, they would have noticed that the crudely stenciled red signs on each side did not match.
Edwards crudely framed the state of play in the South as a matter of race, sexual orientation, and class; in other words, culture.
But in crudely political terms, it is insane for Obama to be intimidated by a Republican opposition that is still in disarray.
Though the Hamas footage is likely genuine, the drone and its weapons appear to be little more than crudely built toys.
My person for his money—that was the bargain, crudely but truthfully expressed.
Their religion, to him, seemed such a crudely selfish affair.
Nowadays, we may find a house with a beautiful hall, but the chances are it is spoiled by crudely designed fittings.
True, it was crudely conceived and expressed, at this period; but he will improve with time.
Here and there on the outskirts frame houses, crudely and hideously cheap, were building.
late 14c., "in a raw state," from Latin crudus "rough; not cooked, raw, bloody," from PIE *krue-do-, from PIE *kreue- (1) "raw flesh" (see raw). Meaning "lacking grace" is first attested 1640s. Related: Crudely; crudeness. Crude oil is from 1865.