English adjective: robust
|1.||robust sturdy and strong in form, constitution, or construction|
|Samples||A robust body.|
A robust perennial.
|Similar||beefy, big-boned, big-chested, big-shouldered, broad-shouldered, buirdly, burly, cast-iron, chesty, half-hardy, hardy, hardy, heavy-armed, husky, iron, square-built, square-shouldered, stalwart, stout, strapping, sturdy, vigorous|
|See also||healthy, rugged, strong|
|2.||robust marked by richness and fullness of flavor|
|Samples||A rich ruby port.|
A robust claret.
The robust flavor of fresh-brewed coffee.
|Synonyms||full-bodied, racy, rich|
|3.||robust strong enough to withstand or overcome intellectual challenges or adversity|
|Samples||The experiment yielded robust results.|
A robust faith.
|4.||robust rough and crude|
|Samples||A robust tale.|