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To be "roused on" is to be scolded or to get into trouble.

To have a row is to have an argument or fight.
I was roused on by my Mum for wearing my favourite jackie howe to my cousin's wedding.

My girlfriend rouses on me when I stay at the pub drinking.

I had a huge row with my brother over the tv remote.
by Jay Plane August 20, 2010