Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.
Class II. Words Relating to Space Section III. Form
3. Superficial Form
NOUN: ROUGHNESS &c. adj.; tooth, grain, texture, ripple; asperity, rugosity, salebrosity [ obs.], corrugation, nodosity, nodulation; arborescence [See Symmetry]; pilosity.
HAIR, brush, beard, shag, mane, whiskers, moustache, imperial, tress, lock, curl, ringlet, fimbria, eyelashes, lashes, cilia, villi; lovelock; beaucatcher; curl paper; goatee; papillote, scalp lock, scolding locks [ colloq.], elf locks, mop, mat, thatch; fringe, toupee; hair shirt.
PLUMAGE, plumosity; plume, panache, crest; feather, tuft.
NAP, pile, floss, velvet, plush, fur, down, wool, fluff; byssus, moss, bur or burr.
VERB: BE ROUGH &c. adj.; go against the grain.
RENDER ROUGH &c. adj.; roughen, knurl, crinkle, ruffle, crisp, crumple, corrugate, engrail; roughcast; set on edge, stroke the wrong way, rub the fur the wrong way, rumple.
ADJECTIVE: ROUGH, uneven; scabrous, knotted; rugged, rugose, rugous, rugulose; nodose, nodular, nodulated; knurled, cross-grained, knurly; asperous [ obs.], crisp, salebrous [ obs.], gnarled, gnarly, scraggly, scragged, scraggy; jagged; unkempt, unpolished, unsmooth, roughhewn; craggy, cragged; crankling [ obs.]; prickly ( sharp) [See Sharpness]; arborescent [See Symmetry]; leafy, well-wooded.
FEATHERY, plumose, plumigerous.
HAIRY, bristly, hirsute, hispid, pappous or pappose, pileous, pilose, pilous; trichogenous, trichoid; tufted, ciliated, filamentous; crinose, crinite; bushy; villous, nappy; bearded, shaggy, shagged; setous [ obs.], setose, setaceous, setiferous, setigerous, setiform; like quills upon the fretful porcupine [ Hamlet]; rough as a -nutmeg grater, - bear.
DOWNY, velvety, flocculent, woolly, lanate, lanated, lanuginous, lanuginose; tomentose; fluffy.
FRINGED, befringed, fimbriate, fimbriated, fimbricate, laciniate or laciniated, laciniform, laciniose.
ADVERB: AGAINST THE GRAIN; the wrong way of the goods; in the rough; on edge.
QUOTATIONS: Cabello luengo y corto el seso.
Flesh like slag in a furnace, knobbed and withered and grey.Kipling