Gentle and Rough
Opposite meaning words
Gentle adjective - Not harsh or stern especially in nature or effect.
Usage example: her gentle ways
Rough adjective - Requiring considerable physical or mental effort.
Usage example: a forensics expert who willingly takes on rough assignments
Both words in one sentence
- The gesture is done to and from people of both sexes, and can be gentle or rough, though the rough version is most common among boys and their dads/older brothers (or substitute father-figures).
Source: Affectionate Gesture to the Head
- But all love-making scene of Garrus and Shepard are always written in an incredible loving way to show their love and passion for each other whether they are playing rough or gentle.
Source: Good People Have Good Sex
- But all love-making scenes of Garrus and Shepard are always written in an incredible loving fashion to describe their love and passion for each other whether they are playing rough or gentle.
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