Definition of gross :
1. Coarse; rough; not fine or delicate.
2. Expressing, Or originating in, animal or sensual appetites; hence, coarse, vulgar, low, obscene, or impure.
3. Great; large; bulky; fat; of huge size; excessively large.
4. Great; palpable; serious; vagrant; shameful; as, a gross mistake; gross injustice; gross negligence.
5. Not easily aroused or excited; not sensitive in perception or feeling; dull; witless.
6. The main body; the chief part, bulk, or mass.
7. The number of twelve dozen; twelve times twelve; as, a gross of bottles; ten gross of pens.
8. Thick; dense; not attenuated; as, a gross medium.
9. Whole; entire; total; without deduction; as, the gross sum, or gross amount, the gross weight; - opposed to net.
crying, large, blunt, uncouth, tax income, unadulterated, ribald, unprocessed, rough-cut, weighty, consummate, smooth, swinish, obese, piggy, macroscopic, plebeian, megascopic, decent, barbarian, sodding, overblown, corpulent, everlasting, part, unwashed, uncultured, uncivilized, everything, tax revenue, fatty, scurrilous, work, overweight, nasty, churlish, take in, stout, sickening, courtesy, overall, and barrel, Fescennine, totality, pure, taxation, fleshy, egregious, piggish, uncultivated, general, flagrant, obvious, arrant, perfect, double-dyed, staring, smutty, macroscopical, entirety, down-to-earth, fat, repugnant, scatologic, aggregate, unmitigated, lock, utter, thoroughgoing, hoggish, bawdy, scatological, earn, raunchy, conspicuous, vernacular, portly, good, stark, bring in, porcine, primitive
five or more (part of speech: noun)
hundred, septuple, octavo, jillion, billion, octet, octagon, hundredfold, fourscore, duodecimo, teens, sextuple, score, trillion, decennium, grand, million, hexad, sevenfold, thousand, sixfold, dozen, decade, octave
money (part of speech: noun)
funds, check, receipts, change, purse, spending money, coinage, greenback, dough, wampum, money order, treasure, ingot, issue, ways and means, sterling, nugget, promissory note, income, bond, scratch, profit, bank note, draft, dollar, pocket money, moolah, capital, silver, cash, proceeds, stock, assets, pounds, wallet, net worth, IOU, wad, loot, worth, lucre, money, petty cash, balance sheet, fortune, coupon, copper, wealth, currency, wherewithal, bullion, bill, gold, swag, bankroll, note
vulgar (part of speech: adjective)
earthy, crude, scandalous, profane, cheap, degraded, obscene, gaudy, common, depraved, barnyard, salty, homespun, unpolished, tactless, sordid, revolting, low, idiomatic, animal, outlandish, colloquial, sleazy, unbecoming, base, rank, boorish, ignominious, undignified, rude, cockney, repulsive, raw, crass, glaring, tasteless, coarse, inelegant, ill-bred, tawdry, unrefined, barbaric, brazen, shameless, graceless, clumsy, unseemly, indelicate, in bad taste, chintzy, coarse-grained, rough, philistine, brutish, offensive, vulgar, ignoble, garish, broad
inelegant (part of speech: adjective)
entire (part of speech: adjective)
brutal (part of speech: adjective)
receipt (part of speech: noun)
flagrant (part of speech: adjective)
obscene (part of speech: adjective)
- However, to identify this procedure absolutely with selection, seems to me to indicate a somewhat gross and narrow vision. - "John Dewey's logical theory", Delton Thomas Howard.
- He came in one night and left the next morning, then wrote an article which is a gross exaggeration in every particular. - "Letters of a Dakota Divorcee", Jane Burr.
- She had felt uneasy at being alone, but had laughed at herself for being so, until upon her speaking to one of the servants he had answered in a tone of gross insolence, which had astonished her. - "Among Malay Pirates And Other Tales Of Adventure And Peril", G. A. Henty.