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rough time

noun as in bumpy ride

Weak match

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And if peace does not prevail there, somehow, you and I are in for a rough time this century, we humans.

Thirty seconds is a rough time frame; I actually go until I'm physically exhausted and feel my heart pounding through my chest.

No question, Boehner is having a rough time of it, trying to impose order where very little exists.

Over in Oregon, Republicans have had a rough time since the retirement of the legendary Senator Mark Hatfield.

We had a rough time getting to the top, the sides was so steep and the bushes so thick.

They, too, had a very rough time of it, but no lives were lost.

All the details settled, the two men went away, and poor Benedict had a rough time in getting back to camp.

Though I don't deny it contributed, indirectly, to giving me a pretty rough time.

In the interval, George Early had a rough time with the three men, being threatened and sworn at without mercy.


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