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  • Come what come may, Time and the hour runs through the roughest day. Cited from Familiar Quotations, ed. by John Bartlett
  • They are about the roughest-looking lot I ever saw in the town. Cited from The Golden Canyon, by G. A. Henty
  • They told me afterward we were the roughest-looking set of men they had ever seen. Cited from The Romance of the Colorado River, F. Dellenbaugh
  • For thirty-five miles, over the roughest kind of ground, we drove them before us. Cited from An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody), by W. F. Cody
  • "Come what come may, Time and the hour runs through the roughest day!" Cited from The Germ, by Various
  • And it's set here where you'd look for the roughest of forest life. Cited from The Man in the Twilight, by Ridgwell Cullum
  • You've got the roughest job of any of us, old girl. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • We met a dozen or more men of the very roughest type, each one heavily armed. Cited from Army Letters from an Officer's Wife, by F.M.A. Roe
  • But of course the parallel is true only in the roughest and most general way. Cited from African and European Addresses, by Theodore Roosevelt
  • He drove it for several years in the roughest kind of work. Cited from My Life and Work, by Henry Ford
  • Presently, however, we came out through the trees, and the roughest part of our journey was done. Cited from The Lost Continent by C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne
  • I meet every day men of very tender characters under the roughest mien. Cited from Early Letters of George Wm. Curtis, ed. G.W. Cooke
  • All the work about her is of the roughest kind. Cited from Under the Dragon Flag, by James Allan
  • I knew it was the roughest luck on you to have gone through that time with him. Cited from The Judge, by Rebecca West
  • She would remain for hours on the rocks, looking down upon the sea, when the weather was almost at its roughest. Cited from An Eye for an Eye, by Anthony Trollope
  • We had them count the days gone by, and look around to see the roughest part of the road was now behind them. Cited from Death Valley in '49, by William Lewis Manly
  • On the way we crossed some of the roughest country we had ever seen or ridden over. Cited from Robbery Under Arms, by Rolf Boldrewood
  • These are trusted in the roughest water more than any other craft, except the largest. Cited from American Big Game in Its Haunts, by Various
  • And besides, it is the roughest path I ever tried to follow. Cited from Adventures in the Land of Canaan, Robert Lee Berry
  • They knew his worth, and the roughest among them would mind what the Macruadh said. Cited from What's Mine's Mine V1, by George MacDonald
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