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Definition of "roughhewn" []

  • Alternative form of rough-hewn. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "roughhewn" in a sentence
  • "Photograph by François Halard RUSTIC CHARM | The dining area features roughhewn furniture, which works nicely against the roof beams."
  • "Directed by Thomas Kail ( "In the Heights") and based on a book by David Maraniss, an associate editor of The Washington Post, the 90-minute piece is a boilerplate character study that efficiently evokes a roughhewn football life in the mid-1960s, but fails to stir up much in the way of magnetizing drama."
  • "But the aforementioned compositions do not capture the roughhewn joy of newlyweds, the married couple of fifty years, and those who have transitioned from tempestuous waters to calmer seas in matrimony."