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Tuesday word: Strenuous

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Strenuous (adjective)
stren·u·ous [stren-yoo-uhs]


adjective
1. characterized by vigorous exertion, as action, efforts, life, etc.: a strenuous afternoon of hunting.
2. demanding or requiring vigorous exertion; laborious: To think deeply is a strenuous task.
3. vigorous, energetic, or zealously active: a strenuous person; a strenuous intellect.

OTHER WORDS FROM STRENUOUS
stren·u·ous·ly, adverb
stren·u·ous·ness, stren·u·os·i·ty [stren-yoo-os-i-tee], noun
qua·si-stren·u·ous, adjective
qua·si-stren·u·ous·ly, adverb
su·per·stren·u·ous, adjective
su·per·stren·u·ous·ly, adverb
su·per·stren·u·ous·ness, noun
un·stren·u·ous, adjective
un·stren·u·ous·ly, adverb
un·stren·u·ous·ness, noun

WORDS RELATED TO STRENUOUS
uphill, taxing, arduous, demanding, exhausting, laborious, spirited, resolute, aggressive, vigorous, tireless, hard, mean, operose, toilsome, tough, wicked, effortful, toilful, active

SYNONYMS FOR STRENUOUS
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3. forceful.

SYNONYM STUDY FOR STRENUOUS
3. See active.

ANTONYMS FOR STRENUOUS
2. easy.

Origin: 1590–1600; < Latin strenuus; see -ous

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR STRENUOUS
Endorphins are released during sex, just as they are during a strenuous workout.
PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD REBOUND SEX TELL US WHY IT IS AWESOME|EMILY SHIRE|JANUARY 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST

But a glitch has the video stuck in permaload mode and my patience is running thin after that strenuous hour of “math”.
I TOOK THE ONE ‘HOUR OF CODE’ CHALLENGE|JANE FRYE|DECEMBER 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST

She saw women carrying firewood, and how long it took, how strenuous, and the effect it was having on their health.
LUCI: A REVOLUTIONARY SOLAR-POWERED LANTERN THAT SHINES A LIGHT ON POVERTY|JANINE DI GIOVANNI|MAY 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST

Strenuous scenes can take a toll on the body over time, thus limiting a career to a certain number of years.
BLOOD, SWEAT AND SEX: MY HARD LIFE IN PORN|AURORA SNOW|MARCH 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST

The first President Roosevelt, the old rough rider, advocated the strenuous life.
DAVID MCCULLOUGH AT WELLESLEY COMMENCEMENT: ‘YOU ARE NOT SPECIAL’ (VIDEO)|THE DAILY BEAST|JUNE 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST

They are a mad, racing breed—fat, unwearied, and strenuous—the pick of their species.
THE SHIP DWELLERS|ALBERT BIGELOW PAINE

In spite of his success, however, Pershing was not yet ready to take up the strenuous course in the Military Academy.
THE STORY OF GENERAL PERSHING|EVERETT T. (EVERETT TITSWORTH) TOMLINSON

There at least he would find peace from the strenuous amours of Margharita as trolled by the revelers.
THE SILENT BARRIER|LOUIS TRACY

It had also resisted the strenuous efforts of Charles the Fifth; and was now stronger than it ever had been.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED NETHERLANDS, 1586-89, VOL. II. COMPLETE|JOHN LOTHROP MOTLEY

His powers depend for their effectiveness on their deliberative and strenuous exertions.
MEDIAEVAL SOCIALISM|BEDE JARRETT
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