Crudy - definition of crudy by The Free Dictionary
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, crudier or crudiest
obsolete (in the works of Shakespeare) crude or raw
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Johann Wilhelm Crudy
(1753-1810) (Britton & Millspaugh, 1920; Solereder, 1912) made collections in the Bahamas sometime prior to 1810; his specimens are in herbaria BM, GH.
15am everyone will walk the 3 1/2 miles to Aberdaron past the New Church and Crudy
Cappings beeswax is the ultimate expression coming from the flowers of the Great Mother, verses the crudy
, brackish substance oozing from the tail pipe of the oil refineries.