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- adj. superlative form of robust: most robust.
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The sanest and best of us are of one clay with lunatics and prison inmates, and death finally runs the robustest of us down.
None but the robustest of officials is allowed to direct the affairs of the new Ministry of Health.
His was the robustest poetic intellect of the century; his the serenest outlook; his, almost the sole unfaltering footsteps along the perilous ways of speculative thought.
Three or four months of this weary sameness will kill the robustest appetite.
Here it must be confessed that modern sympathy is apt to falter, for though we can understand the zeal of American tourists for chips of palaces and the communal moral code peculiar to archæologists, coin collectors, and umbrella snatchers, we cannot understand the enthusiasm which the manliest, holiest, and robustest minds then displayed for relics, for stray split straws and strained twigs from the fledged bird's nests whence holy souls had fled to other skies.
a sort of series of natural fish-hooks, which try the robustest patience.
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