Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, mid 17th century
A medicine, treatment, etc. that has a strengthening or restorative effect.
Examples of Roborant in a sentence
"The antibiotic was an immediate roborant for his infection."
"The ointment felt like a short-term roborant."
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This word comes from the Latin “roborant-,” meaning “strengthening.” It comes from the verb “roborare,” from “robor-” meaning “strength.”
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“Roborant” can also be an adjective, meaning “having a strengthening or restorative effect.” For example, “The crux of the surgeon’s roborant treatment was physical therapy.”