7. Wrinkled, frowning, surly, sour, discomposed, ruffled.
    8. Rude, boisterous, violent, tumultuous.

Ruggedness, n.

    1. Roughness, unevenness, asperity.
    2. Harshness, severity, rigor, roughness, coarseness, rudeness, surliness.
    3. Boisterousness, storminess, inclemency, turbulence, tempestuousness.

Rugose, a. Wrinkled, rugous.

Rugous, a. See Rugose.

Ruin, n.

    1. Destruction, discomfiture, overthrow, defeat, wreck, perdition, fall, downfall, prostration, subversion, undoing, shipwreck.
    2. Bane, pest, mischief, destruction, perdition.
    3. Wreck.

Ruin, v. a.

    1. Destroy, demolish, overthrow, subvert, overturn, overwhelm, defeat, ruinate.
    2. Impoverish, bring to want, reduce to poverty.

Ruinate, v. a.

    1. Ruin, destroy, demolish, subvert, reduce to ruin.
    2. Reduce to poverty.

Ruination, n. Demolition, destruction, subversion, overthrow, ruin.

Ruinous, a.

    1. Decayed, dilapidated, demolished.
    2. Destructive, pernicious, baneful, noxious, noisome, calamitous, wasteful, mischievous.

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