strenuously


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stren·u·ous

 (strĕn′yo͞o-əs)
adj.
1. Requiring great effort, energy, or exertion: a strenuous task.
2. Vigorously active; energetic or zealous: strenuous efforts.

[From Latin strēnuus.]

stren′u·ous·ly adv.
stren′u·ous·ness n.
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Adv.1.strenuously - in a strenuous manner; strongly or vigorously; "he objected strenuously to the stand his party was taking"

strenuously

adverb
In a violent, strenuous way:
Translations
بصورةٍ شاقَّه وشَديدَه
energicky
kraftigt
kröftuglega
var gücüyle

strenuously

[ˈstrenjʊəslɪ] ADV [deny] → enérgicamente, rotundamente; [object, protest, oppose] → enérgicamente; [resist] → tenazmente, con tenacidad; [exercise] → con intensidad
he has strenuously denied the allegationsha rechazado enérgicamente or rotundamente las acusaciones
to try strenuously to do sthesforzarse afanosamente por hacer algo, procurar por todos los medios hacer algo

strenuously

[ˈstrɛnjʊəsli] adv [deny, object, argue] → énergiquement

strenuously

adv
exerciseanstrengend
(= vigorously) denyentschieden; opposeenergisch, entschieden; objectnachdrücklich

strenuously

[ˈstrɛnjʊəslɪ] adv (deny) → energicamente; (attempt, exercise, play) → con impegno; (resist, oppose, attempt) → accanitamente

strenuous

(ˈstrenjuəs) adjective
energetic; requiring effort or energy. a strenuous climb; a strenuous effort.
ˈstrenuously adverb
References in classic literature ?
It was hard and anxious work at first, and we worked strenuously, both of us.
The greatest of all logical truths, and the one of which writers on philosophy are most apt to lose sight, the difference between words and things, has been most strenuously insisted on by him, although he has not always avoided the confusion of them in his own writings.
May it please the court, the claim given the front place, the claim most persistently urged, the claim most strenuously and I may even say aggressively and defiantly insisted upon by the prosecution is this--that the person whose hand left the bloodstained fingerprints upon the handle of the Indian knife is the person who committed the murder.
That the fine things of life--art, music and literature--had thriven upon such enervating ideals he strenuously denied, insisting, rather, that they had endured in spite of civilization.
Reminds the lady that his influence at Windygates, however strenuously he may exert it, is not likely to last forever.
In short, poor Conscience had certainly been defeated in the argument, had not Fear stept in to her assistance, and very strenuously urged that the real distinction between the two actions, did not lie in the different degrees of honour but of safety: for that the secreting the L500 was a matter of very little hazard; whereas the detaining the sixteen guineas was liable to the utmost danger of discovery.
It is true that in the cattle-yard things went no better than before, and Ivan strenuously opposed warm housing for the cows and butter made of fresh cream, affirming that cows require less food if kept cold, and that butter is more profitable made from sour cream, and he asked for wages just as under the old system, and took not the slightest interest in the fact that the money he received was not wages but an advance out of his future share in the profits.
The public is despotic in its temper; it is capable of denying common justice when too strenuously demanded as a right; but quite as frequently it awards more than justice, when the appeal is made, as despots love to have it made, entirely to its generosity.
Don Quixote seeing him march off with such resolution and spirit, said to him, "Take care, my friend, not to cut thyself to pieces; allow the lashes to wait for one another, and do not be in so great a hurry as to run thyself out of breath midway; I mean, do not lay on so strenuously as to make thy life fail thee before thou hast reached the desired number; and that thou mayest not lose by a card too much or too little, I will station myself apart and count on my rosary here the lashes thou givest thyself.
I flatter myself the progress already made will have sufficed to satisfy the candid and judicious part of the community that some of the objections which have been most strenuously urged against the Constitution, and which were most formidable in their first appearance, are not only destitute of substance, but if they had operated in the formation of the plan, would have rendered it incompetent to the great ends of public happiness and national prosperity.
He objected strenuously, saying that Tal Hajus often flew into wild fits of passion at the mere thought of the blow I had dealt him, and that if ever he laid his hands upon me I would be subjected to the most horrible tortures.
Aye, no doubt; but that is what a governess will prevent, and if I had known your mother, I should have advised her most strenuously to engage one.