rough up

  1. treat violently
    The police strong-armed the suspect
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How To Use rough up In A Sentence

  • Grosvenor used a chain saw to rough up the top face of the work, which is at a tall viewer's eye level.
  • Two years ago we planted oba/shiso and got a huge crop; with 10 leaves costing 80 to 100 yen per pack, and us going through up to 50 per week, 200 yen for a seedling from the garden centre is a wonderful bargain. Two in five Japanese have a garden
  • We don't mind trying to manufacture shots, but compounding our problems with rough up to your thigh is a different story. '' Carnoustie creates interesting problems
  • Those were the experiences we have had to live through up until today's world, which we call a unipolar world. Castro Addresses Businessmen at ACS Summit
  • It was only recently that I ordered the collected stories v. 1 through Amazon, only to be greeted by the sight of the postie heaving this doorstep-sized book through up the garden path. GR3: The Jar by Ray Bradbury « In The Gloaming Podcasts
  • Reflux of NO3 - to the euphotic zone through upwelling and vertical mixing largely regulates primary production except in remote areas (high-nutrient low-chlorophyll regimes) such as the equatorial Pacific and the Southern Ocean where low concentration of a micronutrient (iron) appears to limit photosynthesis. Marine nitrogen cycle
  • It differs from P. virginiana in its longer leaves, brittle branches, and much greater height, from P. glabra in its rough upper trunk, and from both by the frequent presence of trimerous leaf-fascicles. The Genus Pinus
  • The middle of the album is largely filled with the former, leaving the latter to rough up the record's edges.
  • The little blue-haired girl was in front of the simple wooden door, the door that symbolized the huge metamorphosis she would go through upon stepping past that unornamented threshold.
  • The New Labour option was to combine economic dynamism with social justice through upgrading the skills base of the labour force.
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