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Adverb
Adverb for having an irregular or uneven surface, edge, or outline
“Due to Canada's rugged terrain and a severe climate, a good part of the remainder of the country is inhabited by only a few small communities.”
Adverb
Adverb for imposing or constituting a physical, mental, or figurative load
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“Pondering their choices, managers, rangers, and wildlife biologists decided that a public hunt could not remove enough of the herd, due to the rugged conditions of winter in Yellowstone.”
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Adverb for difficult or challenging in nature, especially physically
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“Those pusillanimous pussycats who may abhor contact sports have no right to deny rugged sports to those individuals who wish to accept the challenges and the inherent risks involved.”
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(of a person or object) Adverb for capable of withstanding physical strain or hardship
“The drovers returned home carrying hard cash and gossip from abroad, bolstering their reputation for being rough, tough and rugged individuals.”
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Adverb for having attractively strong and masculine features
“He appears to lack any existence outside of his role as a drill sergeant, through which he reasserts his rugged manliness daily.”
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Adverb for having a physique with prominent or well-defined muscles
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“Myrtle is stunned by his crass behavior but is simultaneously attracted to his rugged physique.”
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Adverb for having or requiring toughness and determination in one's will or purpose
“These are stories of rugged determination and the pledge to never ever give up on one's dream.”
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Adverb for distasteful, crass or vulgar in nature
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“The author is a keen observer, and withal possesses a rugged humor that runs through every stroke of his virile pen.”
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Adverb for having a harsh or menacing demeanor or nature
“Utterson was a man of a rugged countenance that was never lighted by a smile.”
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Adverb for characteristic of great power or forcefulness
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Adverb for not civilized, typically with implications of a savage or violent nature
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Adverb for resembling a squawk
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Adverb for very experienced in a particular job or activity and therefore not easily upset by its more unpleasant aspects
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Adverb for characterized by windy or stormy conditions
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Adverb for causing or characterized by tumult, chaos, disorder, or turbulence
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Adverb for worn, torn, or ragged, as if into rags
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(of noise) Adverb for marked by turmoil or disturbance
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Adverb for barren and devoid of inhabitants
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Adverb for dangerous, full of peril
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Adverb for full of energy and life
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Adverb for knotty and misshapen
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Adverb for covered in hair or bristles
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