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Where Simmons is jocular in a kind of clever fratboy way, Lund is more refined in his language and more robust in his indignation.

You might even come out of it with a more robust Internet security regimen.

The flawed valve was rapidly replaced by a more robust system.

She could have directed a more robust investigation of certain groups.

And a few of the savvier, more entrepreneurial bloggers turned their own sites into more robust media outlets.

The Englishman of the days of road-travel was a much more robust person than the Englishman of railway times.

As the writings of the stage grew more robust, the custom altogether wore away.

Barberini, though not strong by nature, had a wiry arm and the heart of a lion; Fruchianti was far more robust.

And I, the eau dormante of the convent, had become rather more daring than a hussar and more robust than a peasant.

I hope friendship, though akin to love, is of a more robust constitution, else what would become of me?


On this page you'll find 123 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to robust, such as: booming, hearty, hefty, potent, powerful, and prosperous.

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