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    rigours of the tour too demanding

    What does "He found the rigours of the tour too demanding" mean? Do "rigours " and "demanding" have the same mean?
    Reference: https://www.collinsdictionary.com/di...english/rigour.

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    Re: rigours of the tour too demanding

    You've found a correct definition of "rigours".
    The rigours of the tour put too many demands on him.
    He, personally, found that the rigours of the tour placed too many demands upon him.
    The rigours of the tour demanded too much of him.
    The rigours of the tour asked too much of him.
    The rigours of the tour were too much for him.

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    Re: rigours of the tour too demanding

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    You've found a correct definition of "rigours".
    Well, that's an example sentence there using "rigour".

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