Tough is an adjective and may describe:
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More definitions of "tough":
- (adj): Not given to gentleness or sentimentality.
Example: "A tough character"
- (noun): Someone who learned to fight in the streets rather than being formally trained in the sport of boxing.
Synonyms: street fighter
- (adj): Tough to cut or chew.
- (adj): Unfortunate or hard to bear.
Example: "A tough break"
- (noun): An aggressive and violent young criminal.
Synonyms: hood, hoodlum, goon, punk, thug, toughie, strong-armer
- (adj): Feeling physical discomfort or pain ('tough' is occasionally used colloquially for 'bad').
Example: "He was feeling tough after a restless night"
- (adj): Very difficult; severely testing stamina or resolution.
Example: "The competition was tough"; "it's a tough life"; "it was a tough job"
- (adj): Violent and lawless.
Example: "Tough street gangs"
- (noun): A cruel and brutal fellow.
Synonyms: bully, hooligan, ruffian, roughneck, rowdy, yob, yobo, yobbo
- (adj): Physically toughened.
Example: "The tough bottoms of his feet"
Famous quotes containing the word tough:
“Once in a while, God sends a good white person my way, even to this day. I think its Gods way of keeping me from becoming too mean. And when he sends a nice one to me, then I have to eat crow. And honey, crow is a tough old bird to eat, let me tell you.”
—Annie Elizabeth Delany (b. 1891)
“Since to the awe of thy imperious wit
Our troublesome language bends, made only fit
With her tough thick-ribbed hoops to gird about
Thy giant fancy, which had proved too stout
For their soft melting phrases.”
—Thomas Carew (15891639)
“The upbeat lawyer/negotiator of preadolescence has become a real pro by nowcynical, shrewd, a tough cookie. Youre constantly embroiled in a match of wits. Youre exhausted.”
—Ron Taffel (20th century)