- stout + -ly (Wiktionary)
“The friends of free coinage stoutly asserted that this purchase of silver bullion would not only prevent its depreciation, but would advance its market value, and thus be a gain to the government.”
“Then he came down and stepped to her boldly, and looked steadfastly on his mirror, and struck with his sword stoutly once, and he did not need to strike again.”
“Some friendly Darnley Islanders were described as stoutly made, with bushy hair; the cartilage between the nostrils cut away; the lobes of the ears split, and stretched “to a good length.””
“Some friendly Darnley Islanders were described as stoutly made, with bushy hair; the cartilage between the nostrils cut away; the lobes of the ears split, and stretched "to a good length.”
“Until the past year Mr. Leigh had been the kind of stoutly energetic older man you call _hale, hearty.”
“As Valentine's Day approaches each year he stoutly proclaims his disdain for this "faux holiday, this commercial invention by some ad man or company created for the sake of making a few bucks, selling silly, heart-shaped cards, bouquets and chocolates.”
“And we'll play that chance," she rejoined stoutly.”
“Calhoun, stoutly and correctly insisted, It is not another Fukushima.”
“It says something interesting, I am certain, about human thought processes that some will stoutly defend Wal Mart for engaging in the behavior for which they mercilessly castigate unions.”
“Mr Amani one of many Azerbaijanis benefiting from the UK's outstanding academic institutions has in the past stoutly defended the wisdom of President Ilham Aliyev's "diligent balance" in his leadership of our country – notably in a contribution to our National Diplomatic Academy's school of international affairs publication.”
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