Crudity (noun)

  1. The state or quality of being crude or unrefined.
  2. A rude or offensive remark or behavior.

Origin:

From the latin word cruditatem, meaning roughness or rawness.

Examples:

  1. The crudity of the oil straight from the ground made it impossible to use without refining.
  2. The crudity of the comedian's jokes was not well received by the audience.
  3. The paintings in the exhibition were notable for their crudity of brushstrokes.
  4. His crudity was a sign of ignorance and lack of culture.
  5. The crudity of the pottery found in the archaeological dig indicates it was made by a primitive culture.
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