robustious

[ roh-buhs-chuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF robustious
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The eyes of the robustious fellow began to blink, and he returned to his colleagues.

The picture of the robustious Colonel uneasy in Zion is one of them.

This gunner was a robustious Vulcan, and his engine a mighty smith's hammer.

In robustious assertion you will not find anything to equal it in the Hospital Rhymes of that author.

No doubt it was a drain on vitality to live abreast of such a man, to keep step with his robustious stride.

He was a delicate youth, I take it, and willingly slunk from the robustious winter to an inn fireside.

They wandered about some more, listened for a short time to the trillings of a robustious prima donna come upon evil days.

There is a little too much in all this of the robustious Herakles sending his great voice before him.

The mother was a robustious woman with a termagant temper; she was what you call "practical."

A robustious young fellow of sense and brains would have found in this lover of books and a bottle not a bad comrade.

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