Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE RIGOROUS

Snowdon was 600 feet greater, and the climate was much colder and more rigorous.

The lower the circle, the more rigorous the penalty endured in it.

The German soldier is not subjected to a more rigorous training.

The more rigorous the protectorate, the more benevolent its character.

Ever since that fatal night, the terms of his imprisonment had been more rigorous than ever.

Men have a more rigorous sense of what constitutes knowledge.

The man so called was a short, bulky Hebrew, of 60-odd winters (one would prefer reckoning his years by the more rigorous season).

He felt the force of this reasoning, and instituted, though with much reluctance, a more rigorous government.

Assault again failing, he occupied Portus and instituted a more rigorous blockade than ever.

As Paganel had foreseen, Kai-Koumou was invoking upon the mountain a more rigorous taboo.