[ UK /ɹˈɪɡəɹəsli/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɪɡɝəsɫi/ ]
  1. in a rigorous manner
    he had been trained rigorously by the monks
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How To Use rigorously In A Sentence

  • Defining rigorously what constitutes a clinically significant depressive illness is problematic, regardless of the age range under consideration.
  • Then, the catch is inspected rigorously by organoleptic testing, which is a fancy science word for taste and smell. LSU, FSU experts answer questions about the oil spill
  • For Pharisees, holiness was achieved, in part, by rigorously keeping the law.
  • Even more important, the legal conclusions derived from the facts as presented by the plaintiff's lawyer will have to be rigorously scrutinized, even when the facts are uncontroverted.
  • We had been taught rigorously and had learnt easily by rote. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were able to validate iridology by finding many correlations that in fact were not established as causal relationships by rigorously defined controlled studies.
  • Although relicensing of doctors is well established in the US, systems to evaluate competence rigorously are still some way off
  • The way in which sponsors were chosen, he says, was rigorously fair and involved much consultation. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hence, there is a need to use some automated technique for rigorously incorporating new knowledge into the existing knowledge base.
  • He distinguished rigorously between sexuality and eroticism, where the first was all practice and the second all dream.
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