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A Diamond In The Rough ( a wonderful thing whose value is not seen easily at first look ... )

"A Diamond In The Rough"

A diamond in the rough is a wonderful person or thing whose value you do not see right away.

Example: "Have you spoken with Jean before? Isn't she a diamond in the rough."

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