strong and healthy; hardy; vigorous:
a robust young man; a robust faith; a robust mind.
strongly or stoutly built:
his robust frame.
suited to or requiring bodily strength or endurance:
rough, rude, or boisterous:
robust drinkers and dancers.
rich and full-bodied:
the robust flavor of freshly brewed coffee.
strong and effective in all or most situations and conditions: The system requires robust passwords that contain at least one number or symbol.
Our goal is to devise robust statistical methods.
strong in constitution; hardy; vigorous
sturdily built: a robust shelter
requiring or suited to physical strength: a robust sport
(esp of wines) having a rich full-bodied flavour
rough or boisterous
(of thought, intellect, etc) straightforward and imbued with common sense
adjective 1. rough, rude, or boisterous. 2. robust, strong, or stout. adjective (archaic) 1. rough; boisterous 2. strong, robust, or stout
noun 1. an African and Middle Eastern hyrax of the genus Procavia that lives in rocky places.
noun 1. Rocky Mountains. plural noun 1. another name for the Rocky Mountains
noun 1. the state or condition of being rocky. noun 1. the state or condition of a person who is shaky or unsteady, as from drinking, fatigue, or illness.