Complete Definition of "rigour"

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English

Alternative spellings
rigor US

Etymology
From AF. (French: rigueur).

Noun
en-noun

  1. a harsh or severe experience.
  2. a trembling or shivering response.
  3. character of being unyielding or inflexible.
  4. an abbreviated form of rigor mortis (possibly slang).
  5. shrewd questioning
  6. higher level of difficulty

Quotations
2005 - Jon Courtenay Grimwood, Pashazade, page 4, paragraph 3
:Heat always upped the rate at which rigor gripped a corpse.

Translations
trans-top|a harsh or severe experience
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trans-top|a trembling or shivering response
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trans-top|character of being unyielding or inflexible
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trans-top|an abbreviated form of rigor mortis
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trans-top|shrewd questioning
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trans-top|higher level of difficulty
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ttbc|Croatian: t-|hr|rigor|m
ttbc|French: t+|fr|rigueur|f
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ttbc|Italian: t+|it|rigore|m
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