The adverb form of the adjective rough is roughly. It can mean in a rough manner, or can be used as a synonym for "approximately."
The thing that is rough for the greasers is that when they are very mean to the socs
knotty; rough with knots.
Tell her she's to rough but can be as rough as she wants to u in the bed. < --: That's not a face.
It could mean that someone is cussing you out or yelling at you.
Rough translation: "If not master".
it means rough or smooth
Brute, someone who is rough.
It can mean to clean rough edges, or in 'proper or sound condition'.
It is a rough texture of a rock
Abrasive means rough and hard - scratchy.
it is the rough side
Means rough road or landowner
A rough estimate
it means to "marry."
This is a slang term that means fighting. Usually used with children. When two boys decide to get rough and start a fight they are rough housing. "Stop the rough housing you two".
usually green means the surf is not rough, yellow is a warning that the surf is a little rough and red means it is very dangerous and that the surf is very rough.
It depends on the context. It may be rough draft, in writing. Or it may be preliminary or rough sketch, in art. Or it may be an eraser.
"A diamond in the rough", is an old saying meaning that with a little improvement(s), you could reach perfection.
Yes it is normal for puppies to be play rough. Puppies have a lot of energy and they burn off that energy by playing. They don't mean to be rough, they're just having fun.
It means he likes to play rough.
Not that I know of. I think you mean "gnarled" - rough, knotty.