[ UK /ɹˈʌɡɪdli/ ]
[ US /ˈɹəɡədɫi/ ]
  1. in a rugged manner
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How To Use ruggedly In A Sentence

  • Harvey kept Hilarion as a sympathetic character, ruggedly attractive and devoted.
  • Known for his ruggedly handsome, almost movie star looks, his skin now is severely pockmarked.
  • At the end of t he meandering driveway looms a towering, ruggedly stylish home and a towering, rugged lawyer.
  • The countryman went from ruggedly unsophisticated to casually erudite in one quick addition of something so simplistic as a pair of spectacles.
  • The state's southeast quadrant is more ruggedly beautiful, including portions of Appalachia.
  • Like its full-frame sibling, the A850 is ruggedly built for dependable performance in gruelling conditions with a high-tensile aluminium chassis and all-magnesium alloy body shell.
  • He was six feet tall and ruggedly handsome.
  • Check out these duds for ruggedly handsome brainiacs like yourselves.
  • His ruggedly handsome features and lion-like eyes lend him a subtle air of ferocity, despite his blank expression.
  • He had been instantly drawn to the ruggedly good-looking political wannabee with the big family pedigree and money, George W. Bush. Nigel Hamilton: Cry, the Beloved Country!
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