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Synonym for "crud"


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The synonym crud synonymous definition words:
crud [noun]
means "gunk"

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crude [adjective]
means "undeveloped"
crude [adjective]
means "ill-mannered"
crude [adjective]
means "clumsy"
crude [adjective]
means "blunt"
artless [adjective]
means "inapt"
rough, unskillful, crude, rude
awkward [adjective]
means "uncouth"
coarse, bumbling, halting, crude, rude, rough
badly [object]
means "poorly"
crudely, carelessly, weakly, wrongly
barbarian [adjective]
means "barbarous"
barbaric, coarse, crude, ignorant, uncouth, savage
barbarity [noun]
means "boorishness"
crudeness, rudeness, vulgarity, cruelty
bluff [adjective]
means "blunt"
brusque, abrupt, frank, coarse, crude, direct
boisterous [adjective]
means "rough"
disorderly, turbulent, riotous, wild, crude, coarse
boorishness [noun]
means "barbarity"
crudeness, rudeness, vulgarity, cruelty
brutal [adjective]
means "coarse"
brusque, crude, gross, harsh, impolite, rough
coarse [adjective]
means "rough"
mean, unrefined, crude, unpolished, harsh, inferior
countrified [adjective]
means "boorish"
rustic, crude, unpolished, unsophisticated, coarse, awkward
earthy [adjective]
means "coarse"
gawky [adjective]
means "uncouth"
coarse, bumbling, halting, crude, rude, rough
indelicate [adjective]
means "blunt"
crude, bare, direct, rough, undisguised
inelegant [adjective]
means "awkward"
clumsy, crude, graceless, stiff, abrupt, harsh
loud [adjective]
means "behaviour"
obnoxious, obstreperous, obtrusive, crude, rude, coarse
loutish [adjective]
means "boorish"
countrified, crude, unpolished, unsophisticated, coarse, awkward
low [adjective]
means "behaviour"
crude, rude, vulgar, coarse, unpolished
natural [adjective]
means "unrefined"
crude, raw
nervy [adjective]
means "bold"
fresh, impudent, sassy, smart-alecky, pushy, crude
poorly [adjective]
means "inferior"
inadequately, crudely, badly
raucous [adjective]
means "boisterous"
disorderly, turbulent, riotous, wild, crude, coarse
raw [adjective]
means "characteristic"
unfinished, crude, unrefined, coarse, natural, rough
rough [adjective]
means "state"
unfinished, crude, unpolished, unprepared, imperfect
rough [adjective]
means "behaviour"
boisterous, disorderly, turbulent, riotous, wild, crude, uncivil, unpolished, unrefined, uncultured, impolite, crude
rustic [adjective]
means "boorish"
countrified, crude, unpolished, unsophisticated, coarse, awkward
sketchy [adjective]
means "rough"
coarse, crude, preliminary
stiff [adjective]
means "characteristic"
awkward, clumsy, crude, graceless, inelegant, abrupt
unbaked [adjective]
means "undeveloped"
sour, immature, callow, inexpert, green, crude
uncivilised [adjective]
means "barbarous"
barbaric, coarse, crude, ignorant, uncouth, savage
uncivilized [adjective]
means "barbarous"
barbaric, coarse, crude, ignorant, uncouth, savage
unfinished [adjective]
means "bare"
unprepared [adjective]
means "unrefined"
rugged, rustic, coarse, raw, unfinished, crude
unrefined [adjective]
means "uncultured"
crude, vulgar, unpolished, coarse, rude, ill-bred
unrefined [adjective]
means "raw"
coarse, crude, harsh, native, virgin, impure
unsophisticated [adjective]
means "naive"
unrefined, crude, raw, simple, artless, guileless
vulgarity [noun]
means "lack of refinement"
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