Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: strenuously

mühsam {adv.}
eifrig {adv.}
tatkräftig {adv.}
energisch {adv.} (sich wehren etc.)
rührig {adv.} (eifrig)
emsig {adv.} (eifrig)
anstrengend {adv.}
tüchtig {adv.} [ugs.] (zügig [arbeiten, marschieren etc.])
stramm {adv.} [ugs.] (unter Anstrengung, zügig [arbeiten, marschieren etc.])


Bespielsätze

“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.
It was an encouragement of vice; and had I been the rector of Longbourn, I should very strenuously have opposed it.
I spoke; I told them to retire and consider of what had been said, that I would not lead them farther north if they strenuously desired the contrary, but that I hoped that, with reflection, their courage would return.
He denied strenuously having ever seen Mr. Neville St. Clair and swore that the presence of the clothes in his room was as much a mystery to him as to the police.
With a careless motion, she flung to the ground, callous as a devil, the child that up to now she had clutched strenuously to her breast, growling over it as a dog growls over a bone.
To this plan I strenuously objected, and so far as my going was concerned, for I said that I intended to stay and protect Mina, I thought that my mind was made up on the subject; but Mina would not listen to my objection.
As this Ápsheron battalion marched by, the red-faced Milorádovich, without his greatcoat, with his Orders on his breast and an enormous tuft of plumes in his cocked hat worn on one side with its corners front and back, galloped strenuously forward, and with a dashing salute reined in his horse before the Emperor.
Well might I dread, well might I dislike Mrs. Reed; for it was her nature to wound me cruelly; never was I happy in her presence; however carefully I obeyed, however strenuously I strove to please her, my efforts were still repulsed and repaid by such sentences as the above.
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 (cp.
And if a poet writes of the sufferings of Niobe—the subject of the tragedy in which these iambic verses occur—or of the house of Pelops, or of the Trojan war or on any similar theme, either we must not permit him to say that these are the works of God, or if they are of God, he must devise some explanation of them such as we are seeking; he must say that God did what was just and right, and they were the better for being punished; but that those who are punished are miserable, and that God is the author of their misery—the poet is not to be permitted to say; though he may say that the wicked are miserable because they require to be punished, and are benefited by receiving punishment from God; but that God being good is the author of evil to any one is to be strenuously denied, and not to be said or sung or heard in verse or prose by any one whether old or young in any well-ordered commonwealth.


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Deutsch Englisch
anstrengend {adv.} strenuously
tüchtig {adv.} [ugs.] (zügig [arbeiten, marschieren etc.]) strenuously
mühsam {adv.} strenuously
stramm {adv.} [ugs.] (unter Anstrengung, zügig [arbeiten, marschieren etc.]) strenuously
eifrig {adv.} strenuously
tatkräftig {adv.} strenuously
energisch {adv.} (sich wehren etc.) strenuously
rührig {adv.} (eifrig) strenuously
emsig {adv.} (eifrig) strenuously