Coarse-grained



[kawrs-greynd, kohrs-] /ˈkɔrsˈgreɪnd, ˈkoʊrs-/

adjective
1.
having a coarse texture or grain.
2.
indelicate; crude; vulgar; gross:
a coarse-grained person with vulgar manners.
adjective
1.
having a large or coarse grain
2.
(of a person) having a coarse nature; gross

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