Meaning of ROUGH in English

n. 25B6; adjective

rough ground : UNEVEN, irregular, bumpy, lumpy, knobbly, stony, rocky, rugged, rutted, pitted, rutty.

the terrier's rough coat : COARSE, bristly, scratchy, prickly; shaggy, hairy, bushy.

rough skin : DRY, leathery, weather-beaten; chapped, calloused, scaly, scabrous.

his voice was rough : GRUFF, hoarse, harsh, rasping, raspy, husky, throaty, gravelly, guttural.

rough red wine : SHARP, sour, acidic, acid, vinegary, acidulous.

he gets rough when he's drunk : VIOLENT, brutal, vicious; AGGRESSIVE, belligerent, pugnacious, thuggish; boisterous, rowdy, disorderly, unruly, riotous.

a machine that can take rough handling : CARELESS, clumsy, inept, unskilful.

rough manners : BOORISH, loutish, oafish, brutish, coarse, crude, uncouth, vulgar, unrefined, unladylike, ungentlemanly, uncultured; unmannerly, impolite, discourteous, uncivil, ungracious, rude.

rough seas : TURBULENT, stormy, tempestuous, violent, heavy, heaving, choppy.

(informal) I've had a rough time : DIFFICULT, hard, tough, bad, unpleasant; demanding, arduous.

(informal) you were a bit rough on her : HARSH, hard, tough, stern, severe, unfair, unjust; insensitive, nasty, cruel, unkind, unsympathetic, brutal, heartless, merciless.

(informal) I'm feeling rough. : See ill adjective sense 1.

a rough draft : PRELIMINARY, hasty, quick, sketchy, cursory, basic, crude, rudimentary, raw, unpolished; incomplete, unfinished.

a rough estimate : APPROXIMATE, inexact, imprecise, vague, estimated, hazy; N. Amer. informal ballpark.

the accommodation is rather rough : PLAIN, BASIC, simple, rough and ready, rude, crude, primitive, spartan.

smooth, sleek, soft, dulcet, sweet, gentle, careful, refined, calm, easy, kind, well, exact, luxurious.

25B6; noun

the artist's initial roughs : SKETCH, draft, outline, mock-up.

(Brit.) a bunch of roughs attacked him : RUFFIAN, thug, lout, hooligan, hoodlum, rowdy; informal tough, roughneck, bruiser, gorilla, yahoo; Brit. informal yob, yobbo.

25B6; verb rough the surface with sandpaper : ROUGHEN.

25A0; rough something out DRAFT, sketch out, outline, block out, mock up; formal adumbrate.

25A0; rough someone up (informal) BEAT UP, attack, assault, knock about/around, batter, manhandle; informal do over, beat the living daylights out of; Brit. informal duff up.

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