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- adv. In a stalwart way.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a stalwart manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a stalwart manner; stoutly; bravely.
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The jeers spiked ever since the March 22 announcement on her blog that this divorced mother of two adult sons, stalwartly single for more than 20 years, is engaged to a commenter known simply as “Meade.”
"Despite complex court politics and several attempts on his life, Shardlake stalwartly maintains his integrity while searching for truth amid the" vipers 'nest "of Henry's court."
Yet just as important as this, an Obama administration that intelligently and creatively manages -- and encourages -- the democratic process can take a leadership role in the formation of a new set of global institutions which are more representative and defend more stalwartly the desires for freedom that are echoing around a hopeful world today.
There are many, but at the top of the list is Agatha Christie, for having accompanied me so stalwartly through adolescence, and Colette and Marguerite Duras for having provided the research material I needed for my PhD.
U.S. media focus on Iranian demonstrators and online activists who deservedly garner headlines for their courage but those same media outlets largely ignore Egyptians because Mubarak is "our friend" and stands stalwartly against the kind of Muslim fundamentalists who run Iran.
Founding Father Joe Kennedy engineered that as he traded favors among the press moguls of the forties and fifties to build up a collective image of the next generation in his family as robust and competent, forever windblown at the tiller of a schooner or stalwartly ascending Alaska's Mt. Kennedy.
Founding Father Joe Kennedy engineered that as he traded favors among the press moguls of the forties and fifties to build up a collective image of the next generation in his family as robust and competent, forever windblown at the tiller of a schooner or stalwartly ascending Alaska's Mt.
In the main, however, Japan has stalwartly protected its homogeneous ethnicity.
His son repeated stalwartly, 'I'd bash his face in.
Wendy Billington Innes, clutching a wet handkerchief in her sitting-room, had believed Lilyglit had died, even though the television race commentator, still stalwartly filling up air-time for viewers, had discussed 'winded' as a cause for hope.