more robust

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The more robust stomach which he gave to man cries out for meat.

Or rather he would have said, in his more robust fashion, that they were not real at all.

This is not, however, the case with the Mandans, who are a more robust race.

Human nature is, after all, more robust than it seems at the study fire.

The agricultural Arabs, or fehles, are taller and more robust.

The Moor was more robust and brawny than was common with his countrymen.

It needs a more robust faith than I possess to attribute this solely to chance.

He appeared less active, but more robust than his companion.

Often she looked brighter and more robust than on the preceding Sunday.

A more robust view of morals teaches that it is puerile to ignore human passions and human physiology.