noun, plural rough·hous·es [ruhf-hou-ziz] /ˈrʌfˌhaʊ zɪz/.
verb (used without object), rough·housed [ruhf-houst, -houzd] /ˈrʌfˌhaʊst, -ˌhaʊzd/, rough·hous·ing [ruhf-hou-sing, -zing] /ˈrʌfˌhaʊ sɪŋ, -zɪŋ/.
verb (used with object), rough·housed [ruhf-houst, -houzd] /ˈrʌfˌhaʊst, -ˌhaʊzd/, rough·hous·ing [ruhf-hou-sing, -zing] /ˈrʌfˌhaʊ sɪŋ, -zɪŋ/.
Examples from the Web for roughhouse
There were gangs of good-natured rowdies, and there were roughhouse communities in pioneer days.The Wonderful Story of Lincoln|Charles M. Stevens
She don't seem nervous or panicky at all, like most women would, breakin' in on a roughhouse scene like that.Shorty McCabe on the Job|Sewell Ford
Then, when the roughhouse came, these pajamas were swept along in the sacking—sort of spoils of pillage, you know.The Haunted Pajamas|Francis Perry Elliott
I didnt want the boys riding over there and starting a roughhouse at the Tin Can Saloon.The Heart of Canyon Pass|Thomas K. Holmes
Now it's sure this blond party's deal, and we better reckon ahead a mite before we start any roughhouse with her.The Spenders|Harry Leon Wilson