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rough-house


Past participle: rough-housed
Gerund: rough-housing

Imperative
rough-house
rough-house
Present
I rough-house
you rough-house
he/she/it rough-houses
we rough-house
you rough-house
they rough-house
Preterite
I rough-housed
you rough-housed
he/she/it rough-housed
we rough-housed
you rough-housed
they rough-housed
Present Continuous
I am rough-housing
you are rough-housing
he/she/it is rough-housing
we are rough-housing
you are rough-housing
they are rough-housing
Present Perfect
I have rough-housed
you have rough-housed
he/she/it has rough-housed
we have rough-housed
you have rough-housed
they have rough-housed
Past Continuous
I was rough-housing
you were rough-housing
he/she/it was rough-housing
we were rough-housing
you were rough-housing
they were rough-housing
Past Perfect
I had rough-housed
you had rough-housed
he/she/it had rough-housed
we had rough-housed
you had rough-housed
they had rough-housed
Future
I will rough-house
you will rough-house
he/she/it will rough-house
we will rough-house
you will rough-house
they will rough-house
Future Perfect
I will have rough-housed
you will have rough-housed
he/she/it will have rough-housed
we will have rough-housed
you will have rough-housed
they will have rough-housed
Future Continuous
I will be rough-housing
you will be rough-housing
he/she/it will be rough-housing
we will be rough-housing
you will be rough-housing
they will be rough-housing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rough-housing
you have been rough-housing
he/she/it has been rough-housing
we have been rough-housing
you have been rough-housing
they have been rough-housing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rough-housing
you will have been rough-housing
he/she/it will have been rough-housing
we will have been rough-housing
you will have been rough-housing
they will have been rough-housing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rough-housing
you had been rough-housing
he/she/it had been rough-housing
we had been rough-housing
you had been rough-housing
they had been rough-housing
Conditional
I would rough-house
you would rough-house
he/she/it would rough-house
we would rough-house
you would rough-house
they would rough-house
Past Conditional
I would have rough-housed
you would have rough-housed
he/she/it would have rough-housed
we would have rough-housed
you would have rough-housed
they would have rough-housed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rough-house - treat in a rough or boisterous manner
do by, treat, handle - interact in a certain way; "Do right by her"; "Treat him with caution, please"; "Handle the press reporters gently"
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Translations

rough-house

[ˈrʌfˌhaʊs] n (fam) → zuffa, baruffa
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in classic literature ?
There was plenty of water and limestone, a rough house, excellent corrals, and a peach orchard.
Wilmington, NC, April 23, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Blue Shark Vodka, a division of Daytoon, Inc., announces its marketing team to lead the debut and advertising efforts for Blue Shark Vodka: The Castle Group of Andover, MA; Rough House Editorial of San Francisco, CA; Out of Our Minds Animation Studios of Winston-Salem, NC; Studio Place of Greensboro, NC; Red Nebula Films of North Carolina & Georgia; and Precise of Greensboro, NC.
This isn't a stellar running of the Group 1 and Teppal will have learned plenty of the necessary ring craft to cope as the French event was a rough house.
MARK WILSON reckons Scott Brown's rivals are resorting to rough house tactics because they can't get near the Celtic captain on the pitch.
To see this diamond in the rough house at 3115 Dutch Forest Ln., the cost will be $30 a ticket.
It would allow young children to rough house in the context of a fun game protected by equipment before the g-forces that come with puberty create the serious dangers.
My favourite quote is from Harold Nicholson, diplomat and politician: "Chamberlain and his advisor, Sir Horace Wilson, stepped into diplomacy with the bright faithfulness of two curates entering a pub for the first time; they did not observe the difference between a social gathering and a rough house."
A typical night in the rough house pub as English as cheese on toast a plate of fish and chips or a good old Sunday roast.
The trio's lives have been creatively intertwined ever since they lived in the same dorm, and now includes a two-year, first-look deal between their Rough House shingle and Mandate Pictures that was signed in December.
Rounding out the quartet of plays are Agnes B, about cabaret singer and actress Agnes Bernelle, staged by hometown company Suddenly Dance Theatre and written and directed by David Ferguson; and Vancouver's Rough House with Tiny Apocalypse, about a really bad day at the office, by Camille Gingras and directed by James Fagan Tait.
However, he added: "It was a very rough house but I must stress that if it wasn't for the Christian Brothers we would never have been educated, because our parents couldn't afford it."
One accusation laid at Armagh's door, particularly this season, is that they're a rough house bunch who resort to hard hits if a game looks like slipping away.