Definition of crassly in US English:

crassly

adverb

  • See crass

    • ‘What most people seem to be missing, however, is that he's still not much more than a glorified landlord who crassly flaunts his wealth in front of the unwashed American underclasses.’
    • ‘Supposedly about ideas and values, parties are usually tools for marshalling and brokering power - often crassly and with a walloping dose of self-interest.’
    • ‘‘It's annoying, frustrating, disappointing and insubstantial,’ she snaps when I crassly raise the subject of her bank balance.’
    • ‘Why don't we begin by asking crassly and blatantly why anyone would care to read this interview?’
    • ‘‘These are very ill thought out, and I have to say, crassly stupid on occasion, suggestions for the reform of very serious laws,’ he said.’

Pronunciation

crassly

/ˈkræsli//ˈkraslē/