Definition of Rigorousness

1. Noun. Something hard to endure. "The asperity of northern winters"

Exact synonyms: Asperity, Grimness, Hardship, Rigor, Rigour, Rigourousness, Severeness, Severity
Generic synonyms: Difficultness, Difficulty
Specialized synonyms: Sternness
Derivative terms: Grim, Severe



2. Noun. Excessive sternness. "The rigors of boot camp"

Definition of Rigorousness

1. Noun. The property of being rigorous, strictness. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rigorousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rigorousness

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Literary usage of Rigorousness

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1. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1903)
"The rigorousness of the rule in case of the ox is that he (the owner) pays the atoning money (when the ox kills a free man, and 30 shekels if a slave) which ..."

2. A Treatise on Infinitesimal Calculus: Containing Differential and Integral by Bartholomew Price (1865)
"On the answer to these questions must an opinion as to the rigorousness of proof of the preceding process depend. And the answer depends on the view taken ..."

3. The Part of Rheims in the Making of the English Bible by James George Carleton (1902)
"21 called being a [Co"] 28 I spare Other Versions. if. if it be Co'Tav blinded for1 seeing that BWCT. seeing Co. lest if Co". sythe Tav rigorousness ..."

4. The Collected Mathematical Papers of Henry John Stephen Smith by Henry John Stephen Smith (1894)
"Of this perfect rigorousness his doctrine of parallels, and his doctrine of proportion, are perhaps the most striking examples. That Euclid's treatment of ..."

5. Word and Phrase: True and False Use in English by Joseph Fitzgerald (1901)
"In ancient times travel was travail indeed, and was fitly so named. 23. Rigid, Rigorous, Rigidity, Rigor, rigorousness are all from one Latin root, ..."

6. A Selection from the Writings of the Reformers and Early Protestant Divines by Legh Richmond (1817)
"This thing causeth the fierceness or rigorousness of some too severe fathers towards their children, whom, by awe and fear, they think to make wise : and by ..."

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