Definition of Robustiousness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Robustiousness
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1. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"Simple, brave, resolute, manly, a little given to " robustiousness, " Kingsley transfigured all these qualities by possessing the soul and the heart of a ..."
2. Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1910)
"Simple, brave, resolute, manly, a little given to "robustiousness," Kingsley transfigured all these qualities by possessing the soul and the heart of a poet ..."
3. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1909)
"A sample of Simms's robustiousness which Charleston never forgot occurred during Nullification days. As editor of the Charleston Gazette, Simms opposed the ..."
4. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"... robustiousness (rare or humorous); see FIRMNESS. Antonyms: see WEAKNESS. 4. Referring to the wind: freshness, briskness. 5. ..."
5. Romance & Tragedy by Prosser Hall Frye (1922)
"... values nothing so much as force and robustiousness. Hence his later efforts to refer his ills to a surplusage of health and vigour. ..."
6. The Cornhill Magazine by George Smith (1898)
"It tempers their robustiousness, and gives them a sort of reverence for antiquity which familiarity prevents them from learning at home. ..."
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