Walt Clyde Frazier’s Word Of The Day : "Robust"

Robust [roh-buhst, roh-buhst] 
Origin: 1540–50;  < Latin rōbustus  oaken, hard, strong, equivalent to rōbus-,  stem of rōbur  oak, strength + -tus  adj. suffix

adjective
strong and healthy; hardy; vigorous: a robust young man; a robust faith; a robust mind.

– strongly or stoutly built: his robust frame.
rich and full-bodied:
 
Used In A Tweet: “My ex girl thighs was looking rather robust at the cookout might gotta work my way back in”
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