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Definition of "ruggedness" [ruggedness]

  • The state of being, or degree to which something is rugged. (noun)

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Use "ruggedness" in a sentence
  • "This anchorage is a wonderful place; the water is extremely deep, and the rocks which bound the coast exceed in ruggedness and boldness of outline any that I ever saw before."
  • "The musical ideas of those of the compositions that are finely realized recall the ruggedness and hardiness and starkness of things that persist in the Finnish winter."
  • "It does not represent one particular era or historical event, but the idea of ruggedness and perserverance."