sturdiness

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{n} stoutness, lustiness, brutal strength
Quality of being sturdy
the property of something that is strongly built
{i} physical strength; quality of being solid and substantial; robustness, hardiness; firmness, resoluteness
The property of being sturdy
sturdy
{a} hardy, stout, strong, stiff, bold, brutal
sturdy
Someone or something that is sturdy looks strong and is unlikely to be easily injured or damaged. The camera was mounted on a sturdy tripod. = robust + sturdily stur·di·ly It was a good table too, sturdily constructed of elm
sturdy
of firm build
sturdy
Bold, vigorous flavor; full-bodied; robust
sturdy
Foolishly obstinate or resolute; stubborn; unrelenting; unfeeling; stern
sturdy
{i} gid, disease of sheep and cattle caused by the presence of tapeworm larvae in the brain
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having rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships; "hardy explorers of northern Canada"; "proud of her tall stalwart son"; "stout seamen"; "sturdy young athletes"
sturdy
substantially made or constructed; "sturdy steel shelves"; "sturdy canvas"; "a tough all-weather fabric"; "some plastics are as tough as metal
sturdy
{s} strong; solid and substantial; robust, hardy; firm, resolute
sturdy
A persistent reference manager for PB See twisted spread sturdy
sturdy
A disease in sheep and cattle, marked by great nervousness, or by dullness and stupor
sturdy
Resolute, in a good sense; or firm, unyielding quality; as, a man of sturdy piety or patriotism
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Characterized by physical strength or force; strong; lusty; violent; as, a sturdy lout
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Stiff; stout; strong; as, a sturdy oak
sturdy
solid in structure or person
sturdy
substantially made or constructed; "sturdy steel shelves"; "sturdy canvas"; "a tough all-weather fabric"; "some plastics are as tough as metal"
sturdiness

    Silbentrennung

    stur·di·ness

    Türkische aussprache

    stırdinıs

    Aussprache

    /ˈstərdēnəs/ /ˈstɜrdiːnəs/

    Etymologie

    [ 'st&r-dE ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, brave, stubborn, from Middle French estourdi stunned, from past participle of estourdir to stun, from Vulgar Latin exturdire, from Latin ex- + Vulgar Latin turdus simpleton, from Latin, thrush; more at THRUSH.

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