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  • Roughshod - definition of roughshod by The Free Dictionary

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    rough·shod (rŭf′shŏd′) adj. 1. Shod with horseshoes having projecting nails or points to prevent slipping. 2. Marked by brutal force: Stalin's roughshod ...

  • Roughshod | Definition of Roughshod by Merriam-Webster

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    These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'roughshod.' Views expressed in the examples ...

  • Roughshod | Define Roughshod at Dictionary.com

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    Roughshod definition, shod with horseshoes having projecting nails or points. See more.

  • Roughshod - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    run roughshod over (someone or something) To treat someone or something with marked disdain, brutality, or contempt; to act without regard for the well-being of ...

  • Ride roughshod over - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    ride roughshod over (someone or something) To treat someone or something with marked disdain, brutality, or contempt; to act without regard for the wellbeing of ...

  • run roughshod over someone Definition in the Cambridge ...

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    run roughshod over someone meaning: to act without caring how you will affect someone or something: . Learn more.

  • etymology - Origin of the expression "to run roughshod ...

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    What is the origin of the expression "to run roughshod over someone"? I have heard it being used by Mitt Romney, but I couldn't find if it has an American origin.

  • Roughshod (1949) - IMDb

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    Usually, westerns have a lot more action than "Roughshod". This one, however, is a character study starring Robert Sterling and Gloria Grahame and is a likable, well ...

  • Ride roughshod over | Define Ride roughshod over at ...

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    Ride roughshod over definition, shod with horseshoes having projecting nails or points. See more.

  • roughshod - Wiktionary

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    1814 November 10, Miss Berry , Lady [Maria] Theresa Lewis, editor, Extracts of the Journals and Correspondence of Miss Berry from the year 1783 to 1852.

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