Roughnecks

All Noun
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  • Not that she wanted to dance with the roughnecks any more than Birdie did. Cited from Calvary Alley, by Alice Hegan Rice
  • The Roughnecks won the championship during Armstrong's only season on the team.
  • No bunch of roughnecks could come aboard a boat where he was mate and start anything. Cited from The Yukon Trail, by William MacLeod Raine
  • They will be changing their name to the West Texas Roughnecks.
  • Most go on to at least become "roughnecks" if they work for the rig company for more than a few months.
  • The Roughnecks finished third in the west but lost to Colorado in the division semi-finals.
  • For the third straight season, the Roughnecks finished the season first in the west, but ran into trouble in the playoffs.
  • Allen went to watch the Roughnecks practice and noticed that they had only one goalkeeper.
  • In 2005, the Roughnecks re-signed him to a two-year contract.
  • The Roughnecks followed up their Championship season by finishing first in the west in 2005.
  • People felt a rumbling in the ground, while roughnecks opened release valves.
  • He spent three seasons in Chicago before being traded to the Tulsa Roughnecks.
  • Allen did so in August 1980 and signed immediately after with the Roughnecks.
  • Because of these changes, the Roughnecks were picked by some experts to finish out of the playoffs.
  • The show focuses mainly on the Roughnecks' missions, rather than addressing the larger war.
  • In short, it's the government by the roughnecks.
  • This proved to backfire as the Roughnecks defeated the Rush in their first meeting.
  • The album has since been included as a bonus disc with the compilation Return of the Roughnecks.
  • A bunch of young roughnecks lived a few miles away in another settlement called Clary Grove. Cited from Abe Lincoln Gets His Chance, by Frances Cavanah
  • Shortly thereafter, the Roughnecks were forced out of existence.
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Root form of roughnecks is roughneck for the noun.