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rigorous (adjective), more rigorous, most rigorous
1. Relating to the strict attention to rules and procedures: The coach of the basketball team usually has rigorous training for the members because he expects them to win more than to lose.
2. Descriptive of someone or something that is exact and does not allow for any deviation from a standard; extremely precise, demanding, and unyielding: Tom's supervisor expected his staff to maintain a rigorous development of what is necessary to have profitable results in the sales of the company's products.
Referring to a strict and rigorous law enforcement.
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This entry is located in the following units: -ous, -ious, -eous (page 18) rigi-, rig- (page 3)
(Greek: struggle, a contest [in war or in sports], to contend for a prize; physical activity, rigorous self-discipline or training)