- adj.愚笨的; 粗鲁的; 非常的，彻底的
- 比较级: crasser;
- 最高级: crassest;
- 副词: crassly;
- 名词: crassness;
Crass materialism causes people to forget spiritual values.
The family has been described variously as crass, bigoted, racist and plain boring.
I didn't want any part of this silly reception. It was all so crass.
Pop records can be crass and cynical.
Crass shivered with cold as he lit the gas - jets.
Crass protested against the introduction of politics in that meeting.
We were thus facing a crass challenge.
Crass's appearance did him justice.
It's just a crass ultimatum!
He continually criticized England for its crass materialism.
Loud applause greeted the conclusion of Crass's remarks.
Crass stood the final round of drinks.
There were many crass minds in Middlemarch.
Crass was about thirty - eight years of age, rather above middle height and rather stout.
Crass's fat face was pallid with fear as he clung tremblingly to his seat.
1. (of persons) so unrefined as to be lacking in discrimination and sensibility