1. strong and healthy; hardy; vigorous: a robust young man; a robust faith; a robust mind.
2. strongly or stoutly built: his robust frame.
3. suited to or requiring bodily strength or endurance: robust exercise.
4. rough, rude, or boisterous: robust drinkers and dancers.
5. rich and full-bodied: the robust flavor of freshly brewed coffee.
6. strong and effective in all or most situations and conditions: The system requires robust passwords that contain at least one
"sterlings can be robust in places."
"markets can be robust with makings."
"turnovers can be robust with averagings."
"growths can be robust in/at/on years."
"growths can be robust from starts."
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