Sentence Examples

  • However, doctoral degrees involve a great deal of research and work no matter how they're obtained, and plenty of distance programs provide rigor and structure at levels that are comparable to on-site universities.
  • Just ask anyone whose job demands a uniform sturdy enough to stand up to daily rigor and activity - the shoes are just as important as the clothes.
  • A jacket isn't meant to withstand the rigor of harsh winter weather, and as such is unlikely to provide much comfort in the face of, say, a snowstorm.
  • In addition to helping you strengthen, tone and lengthen your body, yoga also provides practitioners with a calm and relaxing mental space in which to let go of the stress and rigor of daily life.
  • After death the position of the body may or may not be flexed; usually rigor mortis develops rapidly.