Definition Of rigor
the quality of being extremely thorough, exhaustive, or accurate.
his analysis is lacking in rigor
Example Of rigor
Additionally, these products must survive the rigors of processing, storage, handling and distribution.
Although this book has a certain gossipy charm, it lacks intellectual depth or rigour .
Anyone suspected of any crime, or indeed anyone against whom there is evidence of any crime, may have applied to them the full rigour of measures that we could not justify for inclusion in normal criminal legislation.
But Khan still needs to prove he can withstand the physical rigors of a complete tournament.
Delicate as it is, sheet music is unlikely to survive the rigors of time.