Rigorous



adjective
1.
characterized by rigor; rigidly severe or harsh, as people, rules, or discipline:
rigorous laws.
2.
severely exact or accurate; precise:
rigorous research.
3.
(of weather or climate) uncomfortably severe or harsh; extremely inclement.
4.
Logic, Mathematics. logically valid.
adjective
1.
characterized by or proceeding from rigour; harsh, strict, or severe: rigorous discipline
2.
severely accurate; scrupulous: rigorous book-keeping
3.
(esp of weather) extreme or harsh
4.
(maths, logic) (of a proof) making the validity of the successive steps completely explicit

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