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- adj. Not smooth; rough.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not smooth; not even; rough.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or caused by an irregular surface
I would also caution you about having a bow set too light because if it is too light you may end up drawing the bow back too fast causing an unsmooth jerking action in your draw exspecially when you reach full draw.
And when Emily's editor friend Thomas Wentworth Higginson felt that her work was much too chaotic and unsmooth, Mabel sang the poems out loud so that Higginson could comprehend their melody.
''I imagine cradling it in my arms, protecting it from unsmooth roads.''
After the jump, todayâ€™s BWE Alarm Clock, where we learn a very special lesson between “amazing” smooth and “terrible” smooth unsmooth?
Against SADDAM!!! hahahahha … two birds with one stone … see how unsmooth you are hehehe .. and you wonder why we think you are dumb.
Gear-Hindemarsh is the gold standard for that sort of thing, but it has some problems, especially when you give the system a kick, like turning the lights on or off, or otherwise messing with the boundary conditions in an unsmooth way.
I had just started to 'talk to' Omar when Jamie, who had always been super popular which didn't mean anything to me by the time I was a senior, thank goodness, but still asked me out in the most unsmooth way possible.
Despair not, unsmooth though the course of your love,
A few tugs and yanks with a comb of uneven, unsmooth teeth, a scattering brushing back of scolding locks, some singes here and there with a red-hot curling iron, a twist, a roll, a pat and the application of a dozen hairpins, and the hairdressing for the day is done.
The _Amadis_ romances and, indeed, all the later examples of that great kind, such as _Arthur of Little Britain_, which Berners translated, were distinguished on the one side by a curious convention of unsmooth running of the course of love, on the other sometimes by a much greater licence of morality than their predecessors, and always by a prodigality of the "conjuror's supernatural" -- witches and giants and magic black and white.
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