rough-hewn

[ ruhf-hyoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF rough-hewn

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROUGH-HEWN

The wall of the building was rough-hewn and ornamented with surplus carvings.

A man of the people, rough-hewn, narrow as a labor-leader may well be, earnest and sincere.

A rough-hewn resemblance is first brought about by a process of mutation.

It suggests besides, that the universe is not rough-hewn, but perfect in its details.

A hut of rough-hewn boards, painted red, Stands at the left.

It suggests, besides, that the universe is not rough-hewn, but perfect in its details.

For some time it has struck me that man is a rough-hewn and woman a finished product.

He sat down on the rough-hewn bench of logs that he had fashioned and drew her to him.

On these, again, he laid and lashed still other poles, rough-hewn.

Tsing Hi, within the rough-hewn walls of the lock-up, was sad and silent.

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