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horseplay rough or noisy play.
husky1 somewhat rough or gruff sounding. [1/2 definitions]
jeep (Trademark) a brand of sturdy, powerful car made for driving off roads on rough ground. It was first made for military use. [2 definitions]
jolt to move in a rough, jerky way. [1/4 definitions]
jute a thick, strong fiber taken from a plant and used to make rope and rough cloth. [1/2 definitions]
lizard a reptile with rough, scaly skin, four legs, and a long tapering tail.
maul to hurt by beating or through other rough treatment. [1/2 definitions]
oyster a small animal with a soft body and a hard shell in two pieces. Oysters have a rough shell with a very shiny inside, where pearls sometimes grow. Oysters live in shallow ocean water. They are mollusks and are closely related to clams and mussels. People eat some kinds of oysters.
paw to handle in a rough or awkward way. [1/3 definitions]
peach a fruit that has yellow or reddish skin covered with a soft fuzz. It has sweet, juicy flesh and a large, rough pit. [1/3 definitions]
punish to harm or treat in a rough way; injure. [1/2 definitions]
ragged having rough, uneven, or sharp edges or surfaces. [2/4 definitions]
rasp to make a rough, grating sound. [2 definitions]
roughly in a rough manner. [1/2 definitions]
rugged having a surface that is rough and broken. [2/4 definitions]
russet an apple with rough, reddish skin. [1/3 definitions]
sandpaper paper covered on one side with sand or some other rough material. It is used to smooth wood and other surfaces. [1/2 definitions]
scrape to rub with something sharp or rough. [3/8 definitions]
shaggy having long, rough hair or something like hair. [1/2 definitions]
shove to push in a rough way or without care. [1/3 definitions]
sketch a quick or rough design, outline, or draft for a written work. [1/5 definitions]