Idioms about tough
Origin of tough
OTHER WORDS FROM tough
How to use tough in a sentence
Here are the places where the company is fighting its toughest challenges to its services as well as its reputation.
By the end of the night, even the toughest guys are having the greatest time.
Stand-up comedian Adam Newman encountered one of the toughest rooms any comic could work over the weekend.
Good luck getting in, this may prove to be the toughest seat in Dallas restaurant history.
The toughest call here is, of course, exactly what help to provide.
After the battle was over General Lawton declared that it was the toughest contest they had yet undertaken in this war.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
Thirty thousand of the toughest aliens in the country, Mr Trent.Trent's Last Case|E.C. (Edmund Clerihew) Bentley
The air-restorers were going to be the toughest and most expensive to make.The Planet Strappers|Raymond Zinke Gallun
Simmons' ranch has got the name of being the toughest place to work anywhere round here.A California Girl|Edward Eldridge
The Ogre was at work cleaving a fallen tree, using wedges formed from the hardest, toughest wood the Indians know.Indian Legends of Vancouver Island|Alfred Carmichael
British Dictionary definitions for tough
Derived forms of toughtoughish, adjectivetoughly, adverb
Word Origin for tough
Other Idioms and Phrases with tough
In addition to the idioms beginning with tough
- tough break
- tough it out
- tough nut
- tough row to hoe
- tough sledding
- get tough
- gut (tough) it out
- hang tough
- hard (tough) act to follow
- hard (tough) nut to crack