having a harsh or grating voice:
a rough-voiced barker.
- Rough-winged swallow
[ruhf-wingd] /ˈrʌfˌwɪŋd/ noun 1. either of two New World swallows of the genus Stelgidopteryx, having outer primary feathers with small barblike hooks on the margins. 2. any of several African swallows of the genus Psalidoprocne, having similar feathers.
noun, plural (especially collectively) roughy (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) roughies. 1. a small marine fish, Arripis georgianus, of New Zealand and Australia. 2. any of several marine fishes having large, rough-edged scales, especially Trachichthys australis of Australia.
noun 1. any of various red cosmetics for coloring the cheeks or lips. 2. a reddish powder, chiefly ferric oxide, used for polishing metal, glass, etc. 3. Canadian football. verb (used with object), rouged, rouging. 4. to color with rouge. verb (used without object), rouged, rouging. 5. to use rouge. noun 1. a red powder, […]
Philately. 1. roulette.