Rough-hew



verb (used with object), rough-hewed, rough-hewed or rough-hewn, rough-hewing.
1.
to hew (timber, stone, etc.) roughly or without smoothing or finishing.
2.
to shape roughly; give crude form to.
verb (transitive) -hews, -hewing, -hewed, -hewed, -hewn
1.
to cut or hew (timber, stone, etc) roughly without finishing the surface
2.
Also roughcast. to shape roughly or crudely

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