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- adv. In a rigorous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a rigorous manner.
- Severely; without relaxation, mitigation, or abatement; relentlessly; inexorably; mercilessly: as, a sentence rigorously executed.
- Strictly; severely; exactly; precisely; with scrupulous nicety.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a rigorous manner
The Dutch and Italian schools are the two most original, or, as has been said, the only two to which the title rigorously belongs; the others being only daughters, or younger sisters, more or less resembling them.
Finally, he had just signed the entire emancipation of the national soil four years before the term rigorously prescribed by treaties.
They must train rigorously to get significantly stronger.
No man doubted that General — would keep his word rigorously whenever severity was required, and
Very well then, let a good Muslim abstain rigorously from all these.
And the cost of tagging large systems rigorously is crippling, so fantasies of using controlled metadata in environments like Flickr are really fantasies of users suddenly deciding to become disciples of information architecture.
"Godfather II"; spoke only eight words in English, rigorously researching and learning the Sicilian dialect which predominates
In particular, it will be to him a matter of concern that the law shall be established upon classifications which are just (in the sense of being conformable to public advantage); and that the laws shall everywhere be justly, that is to say rigorously and impartially, administered.
So firmly establishes a tone at the start that he maintains throughout, and it might be described as rigorously bemused.
Oasis CEO Stephen Miller says that with governments protecting their skies less "rigorously," budget carriers have more opportunity.