Ruffianism to Rye-grass

Ruffianism, n. Brutality, rascality, blackguardism, scoundrelism.

Ruffle, v. a.

    1. Disarrange, damage, disorder, rumple, derange.
    2. Discompose, disquiet, trouble, vex, torment, molest, plague, worry, harass, disturb, agitate, confuse, excite.
    3. Gather into folds, wrinkle, cockle, pucker.
    4. Surprise.
    5. Amass, pile, heap.

Ruffle, v. n.

    1. Flutter, play loosely.
    2. Swagger, put on airs.

Ruffle, n.

    1. Ruff, frill, edging.
    2. Bustle, disturbance, commotion, contention, tumult, confusion, perturbation, flutter, flurry, agitation, fluster, hurry-skurry.

Rugged, a.

    1. Rough, craggy, cragged, uneven, irregular, scraggy.
    2. Uneven, ragged, coarse.
    3. Rough, bristly, shaggy.
    4. Rough, harsh, crabbed, austere, hard, rude, severe.
    5. Tempestuous, turbulent, stormy, rude, boisterous, inclement.
    6. Harsh, inharmonious, grating, unmusical, scabrous.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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