Definition of Rigours

1. Noun. (plural of rigour) ¹



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Definition of Rigours

1. rigour [n] - See also: rigour

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rigours

rigorizations
rigorize
rigorized
rigorizes
rigorizing
rigorous
rigorously
rigorousness
rigorousnesses
rigors
rigour
rigour mortis
rigourous
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rigours (current term)
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rigs
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rika
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rikisha
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Literary usage of Rigours

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1. The History of England by David Hume, Tobias George Smollett (1825)
"... the government—King's return to Normandy —Discontents of the English—Their insurrections—rigours of the Norman government—New insurrections—New rigours ..."

2. The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Cæsar to the Revolution by David Hume (1807)
"... English— Their insurrections'—rigours of the Norman Government—New insurrections—New rigours of the government—Introduction of the feudal law—Innovation ..."

3. The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the Revolution by David Hume (1819)
"New rigours of the Government. ... and as Canute had, in the course of his administration, much abated the rigours of conquest, and had governed them ..."

4. The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Cæsar, to the Revolution by David Hume (1810)
"... to Normandy—Discontents of the English—Their insurrections—rigours of the Norman government—New insurrections—New rigours of the government—Introduction ..."

5. Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions by Robert Chambers (1847)
"The first objection, whose difficulty deserves ал answer, is, that virtue obliges us to oppose pleasures, and to accustom ourselves with such rigours, ..."

6. The Guilds of Florence by Edgcumbe Staley (1906)
"... of a population triumphant in the world of commerce and industry, had a good deal to do with the immunity of the city from the rigours of the stake. ..."

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