Rough

Harsh edges, biting, unpleasant.
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rough

[adj] - (botany) of the margin of a leaf shape 2. [adj] - having or caused by an irregular surface 3. [adj] - (of persons or behavior) lacking refinement or finesse 4. [adj] - not perfected 5. [n] - the part of a golf course bordering the fairway where the grass is not cut short
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Rough

A preliminary sketch of a proposed design.
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Rough

In hardware, metal fastenings on cabinets which are usually concealed, like staples.
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Rough

Rough adjective [ Compar. Rougher ; superl. Roughest .] [ Middle English rou... , rou , row , rugh , ruh , Anglo-Saxon r...h ; akin to LG. rug , Dutch rug , Dutch ruig , ...
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Rough

Rough noun 1. Boisterous weather. [ Obsolete] Fletcher. 2. A rude fellow; a coarse bully; a rowdy. In the rough , in an unwrought or rude condition; unpolished; as, a diamond or a sketch in the rough . « Contemplating the people in the rough
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Rough

Rough adverb In a rough manner; rudely; roughly. « Sleeping rough on the trenches, and dying stubbornly in their boats.» Sir W. Scott.
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Rough

Rough transitive verb 1. To render rough; to roughen. 2. To break in, as a horse, especially for military purposes. Crabb. 3. To cut or make in a hasty, rough manner; -- with out ; as, to rough out a carving, a sketch. Roughing rolls , roll...
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rough

Not smooth; denoting the irregular, coarsely granular surface of a certain bacterial colony type. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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rough

unsmooth adjective having or caused by an irregular surface; `trees with rough bark`; `rough ground`; `rough skin`; `rough blankets`; `his unsmooth face`
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rough

bumpy adjective causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements; `a rough ride`
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Rough

• (v. t.) To render rough; to roughen. • (n.) Tossed in waves; boisterous; high; -- said of a sea or other piece of water. • (n.) Hastily or carelessly done; wanting finish; incomplete; as, a rough estimate; a rough draught. • (n.) Marked by severity or violence; harsh; hard; as, rough measures or actions. • (n.) Boisterous...
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Rough

An unfinished layout of an ad which shows only a general conception to be presented for analysis, criticism, and approval.
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Rough

Rough watercolor paper has a coarse rough texture. This surface allows for maximum graining of washes and accidental highlights and texture
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Rough

Rough sketch or preliminary outline of a leaflet or advertisement; also known as scamp.
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rough

having a bumpy surface; not smooth
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rough

Type: Term Pronunciation: rŭf Definitions: 1. Not smooth; denoting the irregular, coarsely granular surface of a certain bacterial colony type.
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Rough

An area outside of the Fairway. The grass is longer here and it is more difficult to strike the golf ball cleanly.
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Rough

a term used to describe reptiles that have keeled scales.
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Rough

Rough watercolor paper has a coarse rough texture. This surface allows for maximum graining of washes and accidental highlights and texture.
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Rough

Wave height of 2.5 to 4.0 m
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Rough

Tasting term to indicate a wine, usually red, with too much tannin making it difficult to enjoy. Rough wines sometimes age well, becoming softer and well balanced wines after a few years.
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rough

Long grass areas adjacent to fairway, greens, tee off areas or hazards
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Rough

the grass that borders the fairway, usually taller and coarser than the fairway.
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Rough

The areas marshaling the boundaries of the fairways featuring thick and high grass or natural, unkempt vegetation is called the rough.
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