Librizzi has always struck me as an admirable man, rough-hewn as a New York cabbie.
The man is uncivil and impolitic, rough-hewn enough for leather fringe and dung-crusted boots.
A man of the people, rough-hewn, narrow as a labor-leader may well be, earnest and sincere.
A rough-hewn resemblance is first brought about by a process of mutation.
Hence is entered the cell of the saint, of rough-hewn stones.
A hut of rough-hewn boards, painted red, Stands at the left.
At the head of the Judges' table sits an old Judge—a tall and massively built man, with a broad, rough-hewn visage.
Tsing Hi, within the rough-hewn walls of the lock-up, was sad and silent.
On these, again, he laid and lashed still other poles, rough-hewn.
Madeline caught a glimpse of a rude fireplace and rough-hewn logs.