SYNONYMS FOR rugged
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Origin of rugged
OTHER WORDS FROM ruggedrug·ged·ly, adverbrug·ged·ness, nounun·rug·ged, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for rugged
They also have all-purpose player Taysom Hill, a rugged ball carrier who usually lines up at quarterback as a trick-play alternative to Drew Brees and filled in there as the starter when Brees was injured.Saints down four running backs, Browns close facility on eve of NFL regular season finale|Mark Maske|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
This insect’s rugged exoskeleton is so tough that the beetle can survive getting run over by cars.The diabolical ironclad beetle is nearly unsquishable|Maria Temming|November 23, 2020|Science News For Students
It was light enough to ascend and descend 6 percent grades on asphalt without much push or pull, and rugged enough to bounce over sloping, rutted-out dirt paths and bumpy back-road bridges en route to camp.An Off-Grid Test of Airstream's Most Rugged Trailer|Hayden Coplen|November 22, 2020|Outside Online
They’re constructed from polyester with a rugged polytex shell on the outside and moisture-wicking lining on the inside to keep hands warm and dry.Gloves that make excellent gifts for just about anybody|PopSci Commerce Team|October 17, 2020|Popular Science
“I think it would be unwise to dismiss her because she is foolish and misinformed,” the ruggedly handsome movie hero told me.
New York had not had time as yet to remove the bronze tan of an outdoor life from Blake's ruggedly good-looking face.Zehru of Xollar|Hal K. Wells
She was tall and ruggedly built, with broad shoulders and hips, indicating strength more than grace.The Campfire Girls on the Field of Honor|Margaret Vandercook
They appeared to be pretty much of one class, uneducated, dull, and just about as ruggedly built as their men.World's War Events, Vol. II|Various
His face was ruggedly formed, but it looked like ashes—like something from which all the warmth and light had died out.My Antonia|Willa Cather
He was the dark, ruggedly handsome type, the kind who took it for granted that women should fawn over him.A Woman's Place|Mark Irvin Clifton