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Synonyms for robust
roʊˈbʌst, ˈroʊ bʌstro·bust

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Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. robust

    Synonyms:
    strong, lusty, brawny, able-bodied, sturdy, sinewy, muscular, hale, hearty, vigorous, sound, iron

    Antonyms:
    weak, frail, puny, fragile, weakly, delicate, sickly

Princeton's WordNet

  1. robustadjective

    sturdy and strong in form, constitution, or construction

    "a robust body"; "a robust perennial"

    Synonyms:
    racy, full-bodied, rich

    Antonyms:
    tasteless, weak, frail, debile, decrepit, refined, light-boned, rickety, weakly, sapless, infirm, feeble

  2. full-bodied, racy, rich, robustadjective

    marked by richness and fullness of flavor

    "a rich ruby port"; "full-bodied wines"; "a robust claret"; "the robust flavor of fresh-brewed coffee"

    Synonyms:
    fat, full-bodied, lively, gamy, juicy, copious, fertile, blue, deep, plentiful, racy, risque, naughty, gamey, productive, ample, rich, spicy, plenteous

    Antonyms:
    weakly, infirm, decrepit, refined, light-boned, debile, feeble, rickety, sapless, weak, frail, tasteless

  3. robustadjective

    strong enough to withstand or overcome intellectual challenges or adversity

    "the experiment yielded robust results"; "a robust faith"

    Synonyms:
    racy, full-bodied, rich

    Antonyms:
    rickety, light-boned, decrepit, sapless, weakly, weak, tasteless, refined, infirm, frail, debile, feeble

  4. robustadjective

    rough and crude

    "a robust tale"

    Synonyms:
    racy, full-bodied, rich

    Antonyms:
    tasteless, feeble, light-boned, infirm, frail, weakly, weak, refined, debile, rickety, sapless, decrepit

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. robustadjective

    Synonyms:
    strong, athletic, brawny, stout, sinewy, muscular, stalwart, hale, lusty, sturdy, firm, sound, vigorous, powerful, mighty, herculean, able-bodied, made of iron

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. robustadjective

    Synonyms:
    strong, sinewy, muscular, brawny, stalwart, vigorous, sound

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How to use robust in a sentence?

  1. Mitch Zeller:

    Flavored ENDS products are extremely popular among youth, with over 80 % of e-cigarette users between ages 12 through 17 using one of these products, companies who want to continue to market Flavored ENDS products must have robust and reliable evidence showing that their products' potential benefit for adult smokers outweighs the significant known risk to youth.

  2. Cornel Feruta:

    In short, Iran is now subject to the most robust nuclear verification regime and Iran is implementing its nuclear related commitments under the JCPOA, it is essential that Iran continues to fully implement those commitments.

  3. Spencer Mindlin:

    You have to have really robust technology in order to support the spike that's expected with a high-profile IPO.

  4. Eddy Wang:

    We have a very robust victim assistance and community outreach program that informs the illegal immigrant community what their options are for legal resident status if they cooperate with law enforcement.

  5. The Corrections:

    On review, we acknowledge that this letter should have been withheld, we have made changes to the management of this prisoners mail to ensure that our robust processes are as effective as we need them to be.


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