Words and phrases that have a meaning related to sturdy:   (160 results)

Often used in the same context:
durable, stout, flimsy, tall, roomy, rustproof, supple, weatherproof, indestructible, beefy, lightweight, snug, rugged, chunky, wooden, solid, nonslip, smallish, slender, stylish, collapsible, brawny, cushiony, bulky, dependable, springy, serviceable, unflashy, packable, stonelike, robust, versatile, oaken, foldable, spindly, unshapely, podlike, sleek, rickety, stolid, counterweighted, unimposing, lathed, watertight, sinewy, strong, wieldy, utilitarian, taut, brittle, elegant, gusseted, boxy, daintier, upright, unspectacular, decent, squatty, airtight, sheathed, quartersawn, crushable, resilient, textured, waterproof, comfy, bevelled, hewn, unobtrusive, rainproof, mountable, wobbly, ridged, pillowy, retractable, lean, hardy, homely, curved, featherlike, unadorned, adaptable, lithe, shimmed, nonskid, mounded, zippy, newel post, bulletproof, graceful, serrated, collapsable, knotty pine, neoprene, inexpensive, rangy, surefooted, rocklike, boxlike, twill weave, removable, dreadnaught, sturdier, stalwart, wiry, stocky, looking, stouter, sturdiest, gaunt, frail, handsome, decrepit, diminutive, crippled, lanky, scrawny, tallest

Appears in the definition of:
all-terrain bike, anigozanthus, antiseptic, athletic, badger, balmoral, bamboo fern, bulldog, chest, coniogramme japonica, darwin tulip, english bulldog, erythronium dens-canis, european dogtooth, genus anigozanthus, genus nicandra, hatpin, khaki, kuvasz, lipizzan, lippizan, lippizaner, mast, masterless, mountain bike, nicandra, off-roader, parsons table, rugged, schnauzer, scuffer, silesia, spade, sturdily, table, well-bound

hardy, robust, rugged, stalwart, stout, tough

Also try:
— Nouns for sturdy: man, legs independence, men, beggars, fellow, figure, shoes, boy, frame, stock, more...

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Book See sturdy used in context: 24 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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