from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Marked by stouthearted courage; brave.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Brave; bold; courageous; valiant; intrepid; stouthearted; fearless.
- adj. Hardy; strenuous; dauntless; resolute.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Able; strong; valiant; redoubtable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Strong; brave; spirited; valiant; powerful: as, a doughty hero.
Sir Stuart Wheeler is well-known as a doughty fighter against the great behemoth that is the EU and, in particular, the continued membership of the UK of that deeply corrupt entity.
In curt terms the doughty mayor refused to do so, stating there was not in the city of New
When did hear King Gunther/how called the doughty man
Hrosshild of the Wolfings, for she was well-known as a doughty woman.
For all his foibles, Russell was a superb wicketkeeper and a doughty batsman.
It has been a long road since those doughty 18 women's golfers established what is now the ladies' tour, but all their hard work could be about to pay off.
Britain's high earners have a doughty champion in Boris Johnson.
The record was, I think, called Peace, a heart-warming exhortation for world leaders to avoid war – although many of them, unbelievably, have completely ignored the doughty cloggers' message in the intervening years.
Of course, it is countries, not people, who are IMF members, so one can have hours of fun imagining a quartet of doughty representatives sat round a table, imposing austerity on each other in return for the adoption of free-market policies, until the end of time.
In the bread robot: future whole wheat sourdough beer herb pizzas, courtesy of my doughty (har har har) shoggoth.