2. Noun. coffee made from the robusta coffee bean. ¹
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Definition of Robusta
1. a coffee grown in Africa [n -S]
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Literary usage of Robusta
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1. A Manual of Dangerous Insects Likely to be Introduced in the United States by United States Bureau of Entomology (1918)
"... India; adults defoliate and larvae attack the roots of Shorea robusta. ... India; bores in the bark, bast, and sapwood of branches of Shorea robusta. ..."
2. All about Coffee by William Harrison Ukers (1922)
"These are mainly the peculiar folding of the endosperm, showing quite generally a distinct hook in the case of the robusta coffee bean. ..."
3. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1876)
"GRINDELIA robusta.* BY JAMES G. STEELE. CONSIDERABLE attention has been directed of ... Grindelia robusta seems to exercise a specific effect in cases of ..."
4. Catalogue of the Birds in the British Museum by Richard Bowdler Sharpe (1884)
"Underparts striped ; length of wing more V. Underparts unstriped. than 3'3 inches .................... robusta, p.. a". Underparts and the fluffy feathers ..."
5. Forestry Handbook by R. Dalrymple Hay, Joseph Henry Maiden (1917)
"G. robusta is the largest of the genus. Botanical Name.-—Grevillea. ... robusta (Latin), strong and firm, in allusion to the size of this species, ..."
6. Journal of the New York Entomological Society by New York Entomological Society (1908)
"NOTES ON THE LIFE HISTORY OF BATANA robusta STRECKER. ... On November,, I took a large number of larvae of Datana robusta on Rhus laurina. ..."
7. A Monograph of the Jumping Plant-lice: Or Psyllidæ, of the New World by David Livingston Crawford (1914)
"... genitalia simple; body surface and wings often pulverulent robusta, new species. c3. Wings not as above; body surface and wings not pulverulent. d1. ..."