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crudity

[kroo-di-tee] /ˈkru dɪ ti/
noun, plural crudities for 2.
1.
the state or quality of being crude.
2.
something crude.
Origin of crudity
late Middle English
1375-1425
1375-1425; late Middle English crudite < Latin crūditās. See crude, -ity
Related forms
uncrudity, noun, plural uncrudities.
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n.

early 14c., from Middle French crudité (14c.) and directly from Latin cruditatem (nominative cruditas), from crudus (see crude).

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