coarseness


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In these cases the whole plays become vivid studies in contemporary low life, largely human and interesting except for their prolixity and the coarseness which they inherited from the Mysteries and multiplied on their own account.
Here were coarseness and brutishness--a thing savage, primordial, ferocious.
And yet there was neither coarseness nor want of shadowing in a countenance that was exquisitely regular, and dignified and surpassingly beautiful.
The older a person grows, Harriet, the more important it is that their manners should not be bad; the more glaring and disgusting any loudness, or coarseness, or awkwardness becomes.
I was weakly dismayed at the ignorance, the poverty, the coarseness of all I heard and saw round me.
Her manners were open, easy, and decided, like one who had no distrust of herself, and no doubts of what to do; without any approach to coarseness, however, or any want of good humour.
But he seemed to revel in the coarseness of her language and would often report some phrase which reeked of the gutter.
where coarseness, including the denigration of women, rather than civility, mark the language of the podium.
I think he represents all the polarisation and all the coarseness and all the bile that has infused society via social media and the rest of it over the last 10 years.
At the exhibition's opening at the "House of Free Designers" gallery in Tehran, Narges Musavi said her paintings are "about the contrast between the coarseness of war and the elegance of peace.
Coarseness, caused by age and environmental factors (pollution, UV), is erased.
The increasing coarseness of our society saddens me.