The face is a fine—even a noble—one, whose features the bronzed and weatherworn results of a hard life have failed to roughen.
"And love has wings," he said, twisting his face comically to roughen the words.
All the rest that roughen the surface, were onely so many marks of the rudeness and bungling of Art.
Do not use a knife in removing the paper, as it is likely to roughen the wood.
The sea is permitted to invite with smooth and tranquil surface to-day, to-morrow to roughen with wave and storm.
He had rather efface himself and his own interests for ever than roughen, by one additional pebble, my path to the grave!'
A grisly mustache was just beginning to roughen the stranger's upper lip.
He tried jets of steam and of air with sand, and found that he could roughen a pane of glass almost instantly.
Ma must not roughen her hands or the silks she worked with would be spoiled.
He had danced until his feet burned with fatigue, and there was the reaction from a month of worry to roughen his mood.