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robustious

[ roh-buhs-chuhs ]
/ roʊˈbʌs tʃəs /
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adjective

rough, rude, or boisterous.
robust, strong, or stout.

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Origin of robustious

First recorded in 1540–50; robust + -ious

OTHER WORDS FROM robustious

ro·bus·tious·ly, adverb

Words nearby robustious

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British Dictionary definitions for robustious

robustious
/ (rəʊˈbʌstʃəs) /

adjective archaic

rough; boisterous
strong, robust, or stout

Derived forms of robustious

robustiously, adverbrobustiousness, noun
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