rough-housing

[ noun ruhf-hous; verb ruhf-hous, -houz ]SEE DEFINITION OF rough-housing
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"They were rough-housing all over the place," growled the big fellow.

“You did most of the yelling and rough-housing,” retorted Frances promptly.

Somebodys been rough-housing his room, I guess, and he thought it was me.

Had you been rough-housing his room and desk before, as he thinks you had?

They drank Bock beer and conversed among themselves, but there was no hilarity or rough-housing of any kind.

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