Origin of rigorous
Examples from the Web for rigorously
For good reason—his sentences are enormous and repetitive, and his subjects are rigorously examined from all angles.
To show how it all plays out, Rosin spent many months reporting—and, indeed, The End of Men is rigorously researched.
The Paul campaign has rigorously organized its volunteers to attend the mass precinct meetings that took place all over Georgia.How Ron Paul's Minions Plan to Hijack the GOP Convention|Ryan Prior|March 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
According to reports, Amiri was detained at the airport in Jeddah and rigorously questioned by Saudi security.
During the Civil War, Exeter was twice besieged, but on neither occasion so rigorously as in 1549.Devon, Its Moorlands, Streams and Coasts|Rosalind Northcote
This is a conclusion that is rigorously logical and incontrovertible.The Mystery of Space|Robert T. Browne
Much of our commonest knowledge is, as far as it goes, rigorously precise.Illustrations of Universal Progress|Herbert Spencer
She has resisted temptation, and rigorously ruled out all verse from the Diary as at present published!Sweethearts at Home|S. R. Crockett
Let him rigorously avoid all other debt, and he need not shrink from nor be ashamed of this.What I know of farming:|Horace Greeley
British Dictionary definitions for rigorously
Word Origin and History for rigorously
late 14c., from Old French rigorous (13c., Modern French rigoureux), from Medieval Latin rigorosus, from Latin rigor (see rigor). Related: Rigorously.