sternly, much, more or less, cruelly, approximate, plus or minus, unfriendly, about, most, almost, hard, distant, approximately, incorrect, virtually, slightly, around, close to, stony, like, nigh, or so, wrong, inaccurate, round, cold, churlish, well-nigh, hostile, unevenly, unpleasant, somewhat, rough, irregularly, say, imprecise, icy, near, antagonistic, inexact, some, just about, ill, questionable, aloof, stiffly, on the order of, nearly, brutally
difficultly (part of speech: adverb)
fussily, stressfully, onerously, adversely, difficultly, ruggedly, complicatedly, knottily, formidably, oppressively, tightly, harshly, toughly, ticklishly, cantankerously, severely, grindingly, strenuously, arduously, tryingly, troublesomely, toilsomely, wearisomely, laboriously, contrarily, complexly, demandingly, trickily
vulgarly (part of speech: adverb)
glaringly, basely, idiomatically, commonly, crassly, tactlessly, rankly, offensively, tastelessly, barbarically, vulgarly, brazenly, colloquially, rudely, brutishly, unbecomingly, clumsily, ignobly, repulsively, boorishly, indelicately, broadly, profanely, crudely, unseemly, gaudily, gracelessly, earthily, revoltingly, garishly, outlandishly, coarsely, inelegantly, rawly, lowly, grossly
roughly (part of speech: adverb)
- " Don't jest, Elias," began Graydon, somewhat roughly. - "Jane Cable", George Barr McCutcheon.
- Its sides, like those of the stair, were of roughly dressed stones, and unplastered. - "Donal Grant", George MacDonald.
- She could remember plainly the visit of several gentlemen, and of loud angry voices talking inside the drawing- room; she was standing on the stairs as they came out into the hall, and her father had told her roughly to run away. - "The Jolliest School of All", Angela Brazil.