Meaning: If something, especially something made from wood or stone, is rough-hewn, it is unfinished or unpolished.Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Take the rough with the smooth
- Rough diamond
- Diamond in the rough
- Rough and ready
- Rough edges
- Rough around the edges
- Rough end of the stick
- Hit rough weather
- Rough and tumble
- Rough patch
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