a bulky, coarse fabric with a full nap, used as a floor covering.
noun 1. Carl, 1876–1971, U.S. composer.
rugine ru·gine (rōō-zhēn’) n. See raspatory.
noun 1. a shrub, Rosa rugosa, having densely bristled stems, wrinkled leaves, and fragrant red or white flowers.
adjective 1. having wrinkles; wrinkled; ridged. 2. Botany. rough and wrinkled: applied to leaves in which the reticulate venation is very prominent beneath, with corresponding creases on the upper side. adjective 1. wrinkled: rugose leaves rugose ru·gose (rōō’gōs’) or ru·gous (-gəs) adj. Having many wrinkles or creases; ridged or wrinkled.