Simple past tense and past participle of rough.(verb)
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Use "roughed" in a sentence
"First, a bizarre incident involving Brad Pitt when one of the guards hired to protect him from the paparazzi actually kind of roughed him up a little."
"REMY STOOD on the second floor of what appeared to be an old warehouse, in front of a heavy door, a kind of roughed metal, brushed and polished until it gleamed like a rocket."
"KURTZ: You know, another person who is getting an awful lot of media attention in the last few days besides John McCain is of course Dick Cheney, who's been, I would say, kind of roughed up by the press as we have excavated his voting record, looked into his history of health problems and so forth."