Synonyms of robust in English:

robust


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adjective

1‘a large and robust man’

SYNONYMS
strong, vigorous, sturdy, tough, powerful, powerfully built, solidly built, as strong as a horse, as strong as a ox, muscular, sinewy, rugged, hardy, strapping, brawny, burly, husky
healthy, fit, fighting fit, as fit as a fiddle, as fit as a flea, bursting with health, hale and hearty, hale, hearty, lusty, in fine fettle, in good health, in good shape, in trim, in good trim, aerobicized, able-bodied
British in rude health
informal beefy, hunky
North American informal buff
US informal jacked
dated stalwart
literary thewy, stark
ANTONYMS

weak, frail

2‘these knives are more robust and better at cutting’

SYNONYMS
durable, resilient, tough, hard-wearing, long-lasting, well made
sturdy, strong, strongly made
ANTONYMS

fragile

3‘Libby took her usual robust view of the matter’

SYNONYMS
down-to-earth, hard-headed, sensible, practical, realistic, pragmatic, common-sense, commonsensical, matter-of-fact, businesslike, level-headed, unromantic, unsentimental, unidealistic
tough-minded, forceful, vigorous
informal no-nonsense, hard-nosed
ANTONYMS

impractical, romantic

4‘a robust red wine’

SYNONYMS
strong, full-bodied, flavourful, full-flavoured, flavoursome, full of flavour, rich
rare sapid
ANTONYMS

insipid, tasteless