Thesaurus / rugged

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That often means a one-dribble pull-up at the elbow or a rugged right-handed drive toward the baseline that ends in his patented fadeaway.
The rugged cabin includes lots of hard plastic surfaces, which are easy to wipe clean in this age of coronavirus.
A rugged 6-foot-1 New Jersey product, Hines-Allen can stay with bigger centers, while her lateral quickness allows her to shift down and guard small forwards in bigger Washington lineups.
Researchers will then analyze the vapor to help figure out what the rocks are made of, without having to drive the rover down steep slopes or up rugged crags.
Rugged mountains form the background of the valley to the east, down from which comes murmuring the fleet but shallow Teivi.
The rugged merchants laughed, for the venture had been a howling success.
The rim of this opposite slope was high, rugged, iron-colored, with cracks and holes.
Where this harder chalk exists the coast is rugged and irregular.
THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
At last they found themselves in a wild, rugged portion of the country, where Ian had never before been.
THE WEE SCOTCH PIPERMADELINE BRANDEIS
It is in this rugged region that some of the most remarkable of the splendid scenery of western Canada occurs.
NORTH AMERICAISRAEL C. RUSSELL

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