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
The Cardinals, Seahawks and Los Angeles Rams have matching 6-3 records atop the rugged NFC West.Kyler Murray runs out of miracles as Seahawks hang on to take over first place in NFC West|Mark Maske|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
During summers she went collecting, preferring to travel solo, even in rugged terrain.How passion, luck and sweat saved some of North America’s rarest plants|Susan Milius|November 5, 2020|Science News
As you trek south to north, the ocean puts on a show to your left, while oceanfront cliffs and the rugged King Range rise dramatically to your right.
Republicans have criticized her as an out-of-touch “extreme liberal” who hails from a tony mansion-dotted neighborhood in Kansas City, rather than Marshall’s hometown in the rugged plains.
This insect’s rugged exoskeleton is so tough that the beetle can survive getting run over by cars, and many would-be predators don’t stand a chance of cracking one open.The diabolical ironclad beetle can survive getting run over by a car. Here’s how|Maria Temming|October 21, 2020|Science News
But thanks to work done in the 1960s and 1970s, “it is still seen as a representation of American Western ruggedness.”Yes We Can Still Market: Why U.S. Brands Remain World’s Most Valuable|Daniel Gross|June 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But although Turner has exaggerated the ruggedness of Hindhead in his picture, the place is not at all gracious or suave.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries|Charles G. Harper
The fact is that the immigrant stock quickly loses here its distinctive ruggedness.The Old World in the New|Edward Alsworth Ross
In practice I do not believe in that picturesque ruggedness about the knees which seems so attractive to the average sculptor.
It is a mountain of striking individuality and peculiar ruggedness, though not extremely difficult to climb.Your National Parks|Enos A. Mills
Joshua had doubtless much of the ruggedness of the early soldier, and it is not fair to blame him for want of sweetness and light.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Joshua|William Garden Blaikie