OTHER WORDS FOR rugged
Origin of rugged
OTHER WORDS FROM ruggedrug·ged·ly, adverbrug·ged·ness, nounun·rug·ged, adjective
How to use rugged in a sentence
These cups are also portable and durable, so you can enjoy their benefits whether at the office or on a rugged camping trip.
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.
Yet any suggestion of effeminacy certainly did not survive beyond the first glance at their ruggedly masculine features.The Time Traders|Andre Norton
His tall body was stooped, and the skin of his ruggedly cut face drawn and parchment-like.Under Arctic Ice|H.G. Winter
And now, in proof of the soundness of his old-fashioned belief, he staked ruggedly his life.The Story of Ab|Stanley Waterloo
He smiled ruggedly, with a running together of wrinkles at the corners of his eyes.Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard|Joseph Conrad
Some spake to me courteously, with appearance of compassion; others ruggedly, with evident tokens of wrath and scorn.The History of Thomas Ellwood|Thomas Ellwood