Definition of Roughish. Meaning of Roughish. Synonyms of Roughish

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Definition of Roughish

Roughish
Roughish Rough"ish, a. Somewhat rough.

Meaning of Roughish from wikipedia

- Viburnum dentatum, southern arrowwood or arrowwood viburnum or roughish arrowwood, is a small shrub, native to the eastern United States and Canada from...
- exposes his felonies which begrudge him. Hence, he proceeds to knit his roughish son Pradeep with Jalaja. Just then, Bhupathi spells filthy about ****atri...
- The Times' classical critic, Anthony Tommasini, called it "a breathless, roughish and ravishing quasi-opera. This is a pastiche score of a cavalier sort...
- 91 in) long and 1–8 cm (0.39–3.15 in) broad, with an entire margin, and a roughish texture with slightly impressed veins. The flowers are white or creamy-white...
- seemed to suggest a state of mind when the voice is gruffish, the manner roughish, and the temper huffish". Vorpal: Carroll said he could not explain this...
- and may be a subtaxon of, Viburnum dentatum, the southern arrowwood or roughish arrowwood. The plant is considered by NatureServe to be critically imperiled...
- pointed, and common meadow gr**** Poa pratensis which is short and blunt. The roughish, slender stem grows 30 to 60 cm (1 to 2 ft.) high. Compare with smooth...
- typically grows to a height of 0.4 to 1.5 metres (1 to 5 ft) with smooth to roughish grey bark. It blooms from May to September and produces vert sweetly scented...
- leaf axils. They may appear in a raceme of up 22 flowers. The smooth to roughish fruit are ovoid 2 cm (0.8 in) long by 1.5 cm (0.6 in) wide with two distinct...
- soldier in Europe" and (so wrote Game to his wife, 21 November 1915) "a roughish lot with hardly a gentleman among the officers". Wilson was also given...