Origin of crass
OTHER WORDS FROM crasscrassly, adverbcrassness, noun
How to use crass in a sentence
At first—it was the early stages of reporting—I was amused at having been so crassly underestimated.I Tried to Warn You About Sleazy Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein in 2003|Vicky Ward|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Now there is the Snowden—to put it crassly—who is bought and paid for entirely by the Russians.
Political parties tried crassly to make deals to amend the Chief Rabbinate Law, aiming to help particular candidates.
He is not crassly referred to as a cheater, a scoundrel or a liar.Petraeus Affair Stereotypes: The General, The Flirt And The Harlot|Robin Givhan|November 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
More crassly, why are Bill and Hillary together while Al and Tipper have separated?
Even scientific men are sometimes as crassly incredulous as the uncultured masses.Mythical Monsters|Charles Gould
It was strange that hitherto he should have been so crassly blind.Lochinvar|S. R. Crockett
In short, a born liar, credulous and barbarous, crassly ignorant and inconceivably stubborn.'Ghetto Comedies|Israel Zangwill
With Hamsun the conflict is more fine-spun than that which Heiberg has painted rather crassly.Knut Hamsun|Hanna Astrup Larsen
Anybody less crassly armoured in self-love than Purcell must have been touched.The History of David Grieve|Mrs. Humphry Ward