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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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(of persons) so unrefined as to be lacking in discrimination and sensibility
  • /—Crass Casualty obstructs the sun and rain,/And dicing Time for gladness casts a moan....
    p. 513.5
  • And even Dan was appalled at the crassness with which Dudley Wiggin directed the Christmas Pageant—and Dan was more tolerant of amateur theatrical performances than the average Gravesend citizen.
    p. 117.9
  • I know you know what that means: you believe in God but I believe in 'Crass Casualty'—in chance, in luck.
    p. 513.6

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