Not an easy task in the rough-and-tumble world of the Israeli political system.
For many fans, her hardscrabble youth and rough-and-tumble style were viewed as endearing strengths.
Of the recent films, Good Will Hunting was first to display the charisma of the fast-talking, rough-and-tumble kid from Southie.
His youngest son, Orange Scott, was a rough-and-tumble trickster and a terrible tease.
Mandelbaum began her climb to the top of the crime world as a peddler on the rough-and-tumble, bustling streets of New York City.
The reception was a tumultuous, almost a rough-and-tumble, affair, everybody reaching out for the guest in his own way.
Was there ever a rough-and-tumble that anybody could explain lucidly the morning after?
The delicate coward shivered at the idea of a rough-and-tumble encounter with an armed buccaneer.
Percy realized that in a rough-and-tumble he would be no match for Jabe.
But he was made for better things than to seek his fortune in the rough-and-tumble of the world.
Free and uninhibited; with no limits or reservations; no holds barred: It was a rough-and-tumble confrontation
[1832+; originally of a fight where the usual rules were not observed; an article of 1810 says that ''in roughing and tumbling it is allowable to peel the skull, tear out the eyes, and smooth away the nose'']