Definition of crassitude in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkrasəˌt(y)o͞od/ /ˈkræsəˌt(j)ud/


See crass

‘To be fair, it was not an activity but a pop group; but it seemed to sum up the ineffable crassitude of the place.’
  • ‘So, for the sake of this venerable pageant, let's hope the hopefuls display gratitude and pulchritude, rather than crassitude and attitude.’
  • ‘It definitely has nothing to do with gays marrying and absolutely everything to do with the preponderance of rampant crassitude.’