an unpolished unrefined quality; "the crudeness of frontier dwellings depressed her"
Variation of surface height within an imaged resolution cell A surface appears "rough" to microwave illumination when the height variations become larger than a fraction of the radar wavelength The fraction is qualitative, but may be shown to decrease with incidence angle
a way of quantifying the degree of drag on flowing water by a surface Most commonly expressed as a dimensionless Manning's number
That in general means the regular or irregular, slight geometrical deviation from a smooth surface condition
The root mean squared (RMS) microfacet slope of a Gaussian surface This is equal to the standard deviation of the surface height over the autocorrelation distance of this deviation In the anisotropic material model used in Radiance, this quantity may be given a directional component
The rock was one of those tremendously solid brown, or rather black, rocks which emerge from the sand like something primitive. Rough with crinkled limpet shells and sparsely strewn with locks of dry seaweed, a small boy has to stretch his legs far apart, and indeed to feel rather heroic, before he gets to the top.
If you give someone a rough idea, description, or drawing of something, you indicate only the most important features, without much detail. I've got a rough idea of what he looks like + roughly rough·ly He knew roughly what was about to be said Roughly speaking, a scientific humanist is somebody who believes in science and in humanity but not in God
ready and able to resort to force or violence; "pugnacious spirits lamented that there was so little prospect of an exhilarating disturbance"- Herman Melville; "they were rough and determined fighting men"
A hand of a particular type that will not beat many other hands of that type Often used in low games to indicate non-nut low hands with a particular high card A rough 8 in ace to five lowball could be any eight high hand other than 8432A, although 8532A isn't too rough Rough is the opposite of smooth
the part of a golf course bordering the fairway where the grass is not cut short not perfected; "a rough draft"; "a few rough sketches" (of persons or behavior) lacking refinement or finesse; "she was a diamond in the rough"; "rough manners" having or caused by an irregular surface; "trees with rough bark"; "rough ground"; "a rough ride"; "rough skin"; "rough blankets"; "his unsmooth face"; "unsmooth writing" of the margin of a leaf shape; having the edge cut or fringed or scalloped
You say that people or their actions are rough when they use too much force and not enough care or gentleness. Rugby's a rough game at the best of times gentle + roughly rough·ly A hand roughly pushed him aside. + roughness rough·ness He regretted his roughness
If a surface is rough, it is uneven and not smooth. His hands were rough and calloused, from years of karate practice smooth + roughness rough·ness She rested her cheek against the roughness of his jacket
Unmown, naturally wild area bordering the fairway and sometimes separating the fairway from the tee There are three basic types of rough: low rough, a narrow strip of 6-inch-high grass where the ball may be easily playable; high or deep rough, where the ball may be lost and, even if found, may be obstructed or otherwise unplayable; and dark rough, where the ball may be eaten or stolen and used as an object of worship by primitive peoples
Overtly tannic and acidic wines that are coarse Rough wines sometimes lose their rugged edges after maturing, while with others, such as Barbaresco, the roughness is an integral part of the wine and contributes to the balance and complexity of the wine
A rough calculation or guess is approximately correct, but not exact. We were only able to make a rough estimate of how much fuel would be required = approximate + roughly rough·ly Gambling and tourism pay roughly half the entire state budget = approximately
Drawing done by an animator to indicate the position and pose of the character Later, a clean-up drawing is created by referring to, or drawing directly over, the rough The cels are then created by tracing or xeroxing over these drawings
longer grass adjacent to the fairways, greens and perhaps tees Example: Playing from the rough is usually, but not always, more difficult than playing from the fairway, as the longer grass makes clean contact with the ball less likely
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