noun, plural cru·di·ties for 2.
Examples from the Web for crudity
I suppose the reasonable Anti-Socialist will hardly maintain it seriously with that crudity.New Worlds For Old|Herbert George Wells
When one enters a cathedral close he feels that he is in a land that frowns on the crudity of change.Humanly Speaking|Samuel McChord Crothers
I play upon his vanity, scoffing at the crudity of his plans of revenge.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist|Alexander Berkman
Then Winckelmann and his successors triumphed over it for a while,—showed at least the crudity of that statement.
The opening of Marcion's Gospel is more free from abruptness and crudity than that of Luke.Supernatural Religion, Vol. II. (of III)|Walter Richard Cassels
Word Origin and History for crudity
early 14c., from Middle French crudité (14c.) and directly from Latin cruditatem (nominative cruditas), from crudus (see crude).