They're tenant-farmers about here mostly, and rather a roughish lot, as you may say.
“Lemons and lamprey” must have had a roughish seat, atop of pig and sour cream.
They had a roughish time of it in St. Alban's race, 'Aline' going the more easily through the seas.
They say he gave his wife a roughish time of it occasionally.
This is the main road to Chester, and away on our right is an open country running up into roughish moorland and hills.
Even as the clerk had said he was a roughish looking customer, and he was sober.
I'll watch him, and we can make a roughish sort of bed with the cushions from the gig.
When he was doing the Mallarm, he put the paper down on a roughish book cover.
This tree sometimes rises to a great height, and is covered with a roughish bark.
Sometimes the stem is roughish, only three or four inches tall, springing from a tuft of small leaves, stiff and almost prickly.