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Definition of Roughly

Roughly
Roughly Rough"ly, adv. In a rough manner; unevenly; harshly; rudely; severely; austerely.

Meaning of Roughly from wikipedia

- Roughness may refer to: Surface roughness, the roughness of a surface Roughness length, roughness as applied in meteorology International Roughness Index...
- Roughly Speaking is the sixteenth studio album by the Canadian rock band April Wine, released in November 2006. The album was recorded without computerized...
- Roughly Speaking is a 1945 American comedy-drama film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Rosalind Russell and Jack Carson. The plot involves a strong-minded...
- Your Way to the Top: How to Become the Head of a Major Corporation in Roughly a W**** (1986, with illustrator Jerry O'Brien) Dave Barry's Guide to Marriage...
- to be the source for long-period comets, may also exist at a distance roughly a thousand times further than the heliosphere. The Solar System is located...
- of multiple prin****l actors and performers who are typically ****igned roughly equal amounts of screen time. In contrast to the po****r model, which gives...
- Asia. European Russia extends from Central to Eastern Europe, spanning roughly 40% of Europe's total land area with over 15% of its total po****tion,...
- Malaysia accounts for the majority (roughly 81.3%) of Malaysia's po****tion and economy; as of 2017, its po****tion is roughly 26 million (82% of total po****tion)...
- Aristotle split the play into two acts: δέσις (desis) and λύσις (lysis), which roughly translates to binding and unbinding, although the contemporary translation...
- island in the United Kingdom Roman Britain, a Roman province corresponding roughly to modern-day England and Wales Historical predecessors to the present-day...