Meaning of crudeness in English:

crudeness

noun

See crude

  • ‘The crudeness and ribaldry were, of course, part of a deliberate marketing ploy, designed to tickle palates grown jaded by constant repasts of R - rated movies and cable shows.’
  • ‘The tone is set by banter and laddishness, in which crudeness and vulgarity often tends to be a substitute for real wit rather than an organic component of it.’
  • ‘But her rudeness shouldn't be taken as simple crudeness.’
  • ‘The outrage it provoked was based on the seeming crudeness of the content and the sexist nastiness of the boy protagonists.’
  • ‘But you have to suspect that the explanation lies in the crudeness of the computer's judgment, not its sophistication.’

Pronunciation

crudeness

/ˈkruːdnəs/