choppiness vs roughness what difference

what is difference between choppiness and roughness

English

Etymology

choppy +‎ -ness

Noun

choppiness (uncountable)

  1. the state of being choppy


English

Etymology

rough +‎ -ness

Noun

roughness (countable and uncountable, plural roughnesses)

  1. The property of being rough, coarseness.
    The roughness of the road made me wonder if my car would fall apart.
  2. Something that is rough; a rough spot.
    • 2003, Klaus Bange, “Surfaces of Substrate Glasses”. In: Thin Films on Glass, Springer Science & Business Media, page 101:
      A variety of suitable methods for surface inspection are available to detect topographical defects induced by surface roughnesses such as scratches, digs, inclusions and spatters.
  3. (US) Roughage; coarse fodder.
    • 1855, Southern Cultivator (volume 13, page 258)
      With this latter implement, the corn stalk fodder, shucks, oats, hay and other “roughness” may be finely cut up []
  4. (Scotland) Abundance, especially of food.

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