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synonyms for roughhewn

  • basic
  • coarse
  • crude
  • fresh
  • natural
  • organic
  • rough
  • uncooked
  • undercooked
  • unprocessed
  • untreated
  • green
  • native
  • bloody
  • callow
  • fibrous
  • hard
  • immature
  • impure
  • rough-hewn
  • rude
  • unbaked
  • underdone
  • undressed
  • unfashioned
  • unformed
  • unfried
  • ungraded
  • unpasteurized
  • unprepared
  • unrefined
  • unripe
  • unsorted
  • unstained
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antonyms for roughhewn

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  • gentle
  • nice
  • polished
  • polite
  • refined
  • smooth
  • sophisticated
  • unnatural
  • clean
  • clement
  • cooked
  • done
  • experienced
  • good
  • healed
  • healthy
  • moral
  • pleasant
  • warm
  • well-done
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          WORDS RELATED TO ROUGHHEWN

          • austere
          • crude
          • cursory
          • formless
          • hard
          • imperfect
          • raw
          • rough-and-ready
          • roughhewn
          • rudimentary
          • shapeless
          • sketchy
          • spartan
          • uncompleted
          • uncut
          • undressed
          • unfashioned
          • unfinished
          • unformed
          • unhewn
          • unpolished
          • unprocessed
          • unrefined
          • unwrought
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