staunchness


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Synonyms for staunchness

loyalty in the face of trouble and difficulty

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Krauthammer uses most of his space dredging up Judaic reasons for promoting policies of Sharonist Israel with blind staunchness that deprives him of credibility.
The strength of Elam's work is his use of a similar staunchness to examine the ways each particular play dramatizes the past as time, history, memory, and ritual, while he also considers Wilson's work as a process of chronological development.
VJ `LEFTY' NICKERSON, trainer of top stakes winners Big Spruce, Spout and Staunchness and, for a time, the great John Henry, has died at his home in New York after a long illness, aged 75, writes Dan Farley.
Resilient people and companies face reality with staunchness, make meaning of hardship instead of crying out in despair, and improvise solutions from thin air.
The defence was admirable and not just for the staunchness of the tackling but also the discipline of the organisation.