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  • adv. In a robust manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a robust manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a robust manner; with great strength; muscularly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a robust manner

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Examples

  • To present this challenge in the most basic terms, because of our historical experiences, it is not beyond us to differ "robustly" - to use a hackneyed expression in this context - about whether the zebras in the Kruger National Park are black-and-white or white-and-black, and ascribe this difference to "playing the race card"!

    ANC Today

  • To present this challenge in the most basic terms, because of our historical experiences, it is not beyond us to differ "robustly" - to use a hackneyed expression in this context - about whether the zebras in the Kruger National Park are black-and-white or white-and - black, and ascribe this difference to "playing the race card"!

    ANC Today

  • "I will make sure that because of the maintenance problems [of the F-22] that it is funded robustly - in other words, that they have spare parts, engines … engines in particular,"

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  • The Times reported this week that the Treasury – that old adversary of the environment – is "planning to axe hundreds of millions of pounds from Britain's renewable energy and nuclear clean-up budgets" – a move being "robustly" resisted by Chris Huhne, the energy secretary.

    Short-termism fails the environment

  • The MHRA said Monday it intends to "robustly" put forward the U. K.'s position to the European regulators during their review that Avandia should be withdrawn from sale.

    U.K. Medical Journal Questions Avandia License

  • They have no restrictions and may self-finance as "robustly" as they wish.

    Supreme Court, Inc.: Supremely Pro-Business

  • That stock, United Therapeutics, rose $25.67 to $94.11 after the Silver Spring, Md., biotechnology company said an inhaled version of a drug for a pulmonary blood-pressure condition performed "robustly" in clinical trials.

    One Biotech Gains 38% In the Rout

  • Det Insp Ellis said crimes of this type were rare and the police wanted to reassure the public that the offence was being investigated "robustly" and would continue to do so until the robbers were are brought to justice.

    BBC News - Home

  • American Journal of Public Health demonstrates that as a sedentary activity, television-watching alone doesn't contribute to childhood obesity; rather, it's the incessant bombardment of ads associated with television-watching that "robustly" correlates with obesity.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • Rangers will "robustly" defend the case on the basis of expert tax advice.

    The Daily Record - Home

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  • "My oar is broken," said Tom robustly.

    May 23, 2012