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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. Rough: having small raised dots or scales.
3. Difficult to deal with; knotty.
From Latin scaber (rough). Earliest documented use: 1585.
“There is nothing heartwarming or syrupy about Filth, a brash adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s scabrous 1998 third novel.”
David Archibald; Why There’s More to Scottish Cinema Than Dour Miserablism; Financial Times (London, UK); Sep 27, 2013.
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