robust

  

Definitions (2)

1.General: Product, process, or system designed for continuous operation with very low downtime, failure rate, variability, and very high insensitivity to a continually changing external environment.
2.Statistics: Procedure or test that is largely unaffected by departures from assumptions on which it is based.

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  • The Farmer's Market maintained robust support from the community, due to the high quality food products provided by it's vendors.

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  • Kevin was released from the hospital soon after the accident and his friends were relieved to see him looking cheerful, robust and healthy.

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  • This vehicle must be robust. If it isn't strong then our customers will risk dying out there in the jungle from unreliability.

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