Spiritualism, in its crudities and errors, can be met only in that way.
He believed that a new spirit dwelt there, expelling the crudities of youth.
They have all the absurdities and crudities of mere individualism.
Nearer at hand, his pink face repelled one by its crudities.
Thomas Coryate of the crudities, who also tells the tale, believed it implicitly.
She has just escaped from the crudities and unintelligibilities of the Mexican code.
That quaint traveller Tom Coryat, in his so-called 'crudities,' notes the custom early in the seventeenth century.
As a woman of the world she would, of course, overlook the crudities of our toilettes.
Upon Mr. Adams fell some consequences of previous American crudities, of which I shall speak later.
It was not because of looseness of his own life that his crudities of style are so manifest.