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  • To the right was the contact desk, currently staffed by a stout-looking deputy with a buzz cut and his sleeves rolled back.

    Heaven’s Keep

  • So, it's a pretty stout-looking bottle, similar to that of a scuba tank.

    CNN Transcript Jul 28, 2008

  • Has a thick, compact build with good mass throughout his chest, hips and thighs (stout-looking player) ...

    USATODAY.com

  • The rope he tugged at was fastened to a stout-looking ring, four or five feet above the car.

    The War in the Air

  • Lowland dress, — a bold, stout-looking man, with a cast of military daring in his eye and manner, his riding-dress showily and profusely laced, and his cocked hat of formidable dimensions.

    Rob Roy

  • "Hey, buddy," I called to a stout-looking old dwarf lugging an old-timey homemade club.

    Petty Pewter Gods

  • Four times in the first week they were chased out of parishes that did not want such stout-looking trouble-makers in their boundaries.

    Sharpe's Regiment

  • In the stables he found a number of stout-looking chariots that had been there for an unknown period of time, but in good repair.

    The Eternal Mercenary

  • The third was in Lowland dress, a bold, stout-looking man, in a showily laced riding-dress and a huge cocked hat.

    Red Cap Tales Stolen from the Treasure Chest of the Wizard of the North

  • Then a second "Cooey" was answered by a nearer response, and soon after a stout-looking bushman made his appearance.

    Frank Oldfield Lost and Found

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