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roughly

/ (ˈrʌflɪ) /
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adverb
without being exact or fully authenticated; approximatelyroughly half the candidates were successful
in a clumsy, coarse, or violent mannerhis captors did not treat him roughly
in a crude or primitive mannera slab of roughly hewn stone
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