rough[ ruhf ]SEE DEFINITION OF rough
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROUGH
Bates was a stout sailor, rough in appearance, but with a warm and kindly heart.
The Mann Ranges are very high and rough, and are composed of reddish granite.
War is a rough teacher, but it is evidently the only one for the Continent.
There is crime to be conquered, the rough crime of the streets.
He had become short, I do not say rough in his speech to his wife.
S'pose the bulls get tired of you putting it over on 'em and try some rough work?
The shop was built of rough boards, and the inside was blackened with soot.
But how's Alan goin' to turn the trick in a big field of rough ridin' b'ys?
His voice seemed to him rough and brutal, but he did not mean it so.
He had been sea-sick, but she had seemed unaware of the fact that she was afloat on a rough sea.
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