חָסוֹן, בָּרִיא, שָׁמֵן
Adjective(1) sturdy and strong in form, constitution, or construction(2) marked by richness and fullness of flavor(3) strong enough to withstand or overcome intellectual challenges or adversity(4) rough and crude
(1) Mid-summer plantings of short-season tomato cultivars can provide vigorous, robust plants from which to harvest high-quality fruit.(2) We have had a very robust debate this afternoon, and I encourage that.(3) Buildings are unassuming and robust - mainly simple steel-framed sheds with brick external walls - but they originally incorporated state of the art techniques for film production.(4) Dot-corn fever and a robust economy had money pouring into the museum from longtime benefactors and new supporters alike.(5) He's a strapping, robust he-man living a life of seclusion with other retired adventurers in Kenya, who handily dispatches a group of assassins.(6) Flavors need to be developed to give a fuller, more robust and complete profile to overcome the lack of sugar.(7) You're planning a dinner for eight important guests and want the perfect robust red to go with filet mignon.(8) Explosive growth in Nevada is fueling one of the most robust economies in the nation.(9) ├ö├ç├┐We are committed to ensuring that a robust U.S. surveillance program continues in this country,├ö├ç├û said Veneman.(10) There will be even less robust debate and argument, as everybody runs scared of being accused of bullying.(11) The 30-year-old ├ö├ç├┐photography as art├ö├ç├û market is robust , with record sales being recorded for the work of name photographers.(12) He claimed that they were not only able to be strong militarily, but they were able to be strong in robust debate.(13) The two robust and muscular nudes on this sheet have also been interpreted as Leonardo's response to Michelangelo's depictions of the male nude.(14) Not only are the transgenic tomatoes richer in lycopene, they're also more robust and more solid compared to traditional tomatoes.(15) Perhaps the biggest challenge in developing a robust and growing forage-finished program is the assurance of an equally distributed, year-round supply of slaughter cattle.(16) Losey's health, never robust , failed during the production of the film and he died in London on 22 June 1984.
(1) robust :: חָסוֹן
1. strong ::
2. durable ::
3. full-bodied ::
1. ailing ::
2. ill ::
3. sick ::
4. unfit ::
5. unhealthy ::
6. unsound ::
Different Formsrobust, robuster, robustest, robustly, robustness
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