Even Uncle Peter, whom he had come warmly to admire, jarred upon him with his crudity and his Western assertiveness.
The airs and graces they assumed did but emphasise their crudity.
"As a matter of fact," she went on, "he—we——" she hated the crudity of the statement.
But excuse the audacity and the crudity of my speculations—it only proves my interest.
An idea which has any life in it seems like a crudity, so accustomed are they to colourless expression.
She seemed to him, in all this, an extraordinary mixture of innocence and crudity.
Hernndez softened the crudity or the realist school to which he belonged by depicting nobility of face and bearing.
It strikes you as the crudity of a race not quite civilized.
Vitiated as it may be by crudity and incoherency, it has at any rate the freshness of a great emotion.
And this faith, in all its crudity, exists at the present day.