OTHER WORDS FOR crude
Origin of crude
synonym study for crude
OTHER WORDS FROM crudecrude·ly, adverbcrude·ness, nounun·crude·, adjectiveun·crude·ness, noun
How to use crude in a sentence
The politics of engineering do not get any cruder than that.
And cruder devices certainly deepen the effect of a name; Caliban is a rough anagram of “cannibal,” and Cassio contains an “ass.”
I myself toy with the idea that we should retreat to the much cruder standards of yesteryear.
Some things about the modern world are possibly cruder than they once were.‘Ascent of the A-Word:’ The Beauty of the Indispensable Vulgarity|Malcolm Jones|August 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The expression fitted best the cruder, more sordid method of gaining possession of this woman.Bella Donna|Robert Hichens
It was more like a huge bird-nest than anything else, though it was a thousand times cruder in the weaving than any bird-nest.Before Adam|Jack London
A crude Constitutionalism, or a still cruder Republicanism, were preached by almost all writers of the time.Revolution and Counter-Revolution|Karl Marx
By this method he is able to omit all mention of the cruder features of the Gospel story.Flowers of Freethought|George W. Foote
Quade's machine was much cruder and less efficient than the sphere David Guinness had designed.Astounding Stories, April, 1931|Various