rough,粗糙的，shod,穿鞋子的，自 shoe 的过去分词形式。原指马掌，引申词义践踏，蹂躏。
- roughshod (adj.)
- also rough-shod, 1680s, from rough (adj.) + shod. Originally of horses shod with the nails projecting from the shoe, to prevent slipping.
- 1. These laws allow the security forces to continue to ride roughshod over the human rights of the people.
- 2. They abused their power and rode roughshod over the people.
- 3. He rode roughshod over all opposition to his ideas.
- 4. Someone should punish the rascals and block them from riding roughshod.
- 5. The government is riding roughshod over the people's rights.
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