grossness

  • 1Grossness — Gross ness, n. The state or quality of being gross; thickness; corpulence; coarseness; shamefulness. [1913 Webster] Abhor the swinish grossness that delights to wound the ear of delicacy. Dr. T. Dwight. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2grossness — index bestiality, brutality, debauchery Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3grossness — size, early 15c., from GROSS (Cf. gross) + NESS (Cf. ness) …

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  • 4grossness — noun /ˈɡɹəʊsnəs/ Lack of refinement in character, behaviour etc.; coarseness. Now that he was doing so much else she could never have the grossness to apply for it to Sir Claude …

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  • 5grossness — gross ► ADJECTIVE 1) unattractively large or bloated. 2) vulgar; unrefined. 3) informal very unpleasant; repulsive. 4) complete; blatant: a gross exaggeration. 5) (of income, profit, or interest) without deduction of tax or other contributions;… …

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  • 6grossness — noun see gross I …

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  • 7grossness — See grosser. * * * …

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  • 8grossness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. The quality or state of being flagrant: atro ciousness, atrocity, egregiousness, enormity, flagrance, flagrancy, flagrantness, glaringness, outrageousness, rankness. See GOOD. 2. The quality or state of being… …

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  • 9grossness — gross·ness || grəʊsnɪs n. repulsiveness; crudeness; rudeness …

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  • 10grossness — n. 1. Greatness, bulkiness, bigness. 2. Density, thickness. 3. Coarseness, rudeness, vulgarity, want of refinement, ill breeding. 4. Indelicacy, impurity, coarseness, licentiousness, sensuality, brutality, bestiality, carnality …

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  • 11grossness — n 1., completeness, totality, absoluteness, unqualifiedness, unmitigatedness; rankness, sheerness, arrantness, outrightness, downrightness. 2. flagrancy, blatancy, glaringness, obviousness, manifestness, plainness; outrageousness, reprehen… …

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  • 12grossness — gross·ness …

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  • 13grossness — noun the quality of lacking taste and refinement • Syn: ↑coarseness, ↑commonness, ↑vulgarity, ↑vulgarism, ↑raunch • Derivationally related forms: ↑raunchy (for: ↑ …

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  • 14crassitude — noun Date: 1679 the quality or state of being crass ; grossness; also an instance of grossness …

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  • 19vulgarity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Bad taste Nouns 1. vulgarity, vulgarism; barbarism; offense, bad taste; inelegance, indelicacy; gaucherie, ill breeding, discourtesy, incivility; coarseness, indecorum, boorishness; rowdyism,… …

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  • 20lewdness — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. indecency, unchastity, incontinence, fleshliness, vulgarity, lechery, wantonness, lubricity, lasciviousness, aphrodisia, bodily appetite, libidinousness, sensuality, licentiousness, voluptuousness, lecherousness, profligacy …

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