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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrasscrass /kræs/ adjective  BEHAVEbehaving in a stupid and offensive way which shows that you do not understand or care about other people’s feelingsinsensitive a crass remark an act of crass stupiditycrassly adverb
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crassHe is wincing in a 1940s fleapit auditorium where they are showing a crass adaptation of one of his books.The primary motive is to free the self from a life that is necessarily rendered crass and degrading by society.But this isn't just another crass commercialisation of a fictional character.The materialism was crass, everyone's expectations had been aroused, and few people had been satisfied.We live in a time of crass materialism.a crass remarkHow did birthdays become less like Thanksgiving and more like the crass side of Christmas?
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