a. unrefined; crude or indecent; of this world; worldly
His earthy remarks often embarrassed the women in his audience.
Sentence in Classic:
She knew no man should tell such stories to his wife but they were entertaining and they appealed to something coarse and earthy in her.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context
Shimerda opened the bag and stirred the contents with her hand, it gave out a salty, earthy smell, very pungent, even among the other odours of that cave.
Those seeds have fiery force and divine birth, so far as they are not clogged by taint of the body and dulled by earthy frames and limbs ready to die.
These words, sung by voices of a peculiar and melancholy sweetness, in an air which seemed like the sighing of earthy despair after heavenly hope, floated through the dark prison rooms with a pathetic cadence, as verse after verse was breathed out:.
Uncle Tom's Cabin By Harriet Beecher Stowe Context