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Synonyms for stout

Synonyms for stout

capable of exerting considerable effort or of withstanding considerable stress or hardship

having a large body, especially in girth

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a strong very dark heavy-bodied ale made from pale malt and roasted unmalted barley and (often) caramel malt with hops

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a garment size for a large or heavy person

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dependable

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euphemisms for 'fat'

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having rugged physical strength

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This is a job for the stout-hearted, not for wimps or sissies.
STUART LITTLE Sky Movies Family 4.55PM Michael J Fox (below) provides the voice for stout-hearted mouse Stuart Little in a children's comedy of snuggle-up charm.
Beef braised in beer For a stout-hearted British dish, beef braised in beer should certainly fit the bill.
The Sky Blues' joy following their stout-hearted performance over Birmingham almost completely evaporated after they succumbed to Crystal Palace and they'll be keen to secure maximum points, an outcome that could conceivably see them move to within two points of a play-off berth.
The value approach has utterly unimpeachable logic, of course - and in the hands of the stout-hearted gurus who bejewel this paper it is a fearsome bookie-battering weapon - but backing a true 10-1 shot at 16s is only all very well if you can stand the entirely natural strings of reverses and still retain your reason.
A spokesman said: "Stout-hearted souls will tread warily." The event costs pounds 2 per person, including a drink, and runs between 6 and 8pm.
During his reign, Liverpool have spent the thick end of pounds 50m and clawed back pounds 20m, a running deficit of thirty mill which, lumped on to the sizeable debt already dogging the club, is enough to make the most stout-hearted board member swallow hard.
STOUT-hearted volunteers are being sought for a whacky race which revolves around a trek to a world famous brewery.
There is something very much of the pantomime devil about his character, a buffoon who was usually outwitted by a stout-hearted Welshman, or indeed woman.
But after practising for six months for a competition she finished in third spot last year the stout-hearted little trouper decided it was a case of now or never - and the show had to go on as planned.
With a lush score that contains several standards still well known today, including "Stout-Hearted Men," "One Kiss" and "Lover, Come Back to Me," Sigmund Romberg's 1928 hit (509 perfs) was a smart choice for Encores' first foray into the genre.
He even put up with the heavy-duty make-up that transformed him into the stout-hearted axeman, despite the fact that after nine months, it started to rot the skin around his eyes.
Panoramic views of the Isle of Arran, Mull of Kintyre and Ailsa Craig Lighthouse will both take your breath away and leave many a stout-hearted golfer with a nervous twitch thereafter.
At the end it made no difference, though the scoreline was a cruel record- book statistic that did the stout-hearted Reds no favours.
But the stout-hearted Scot insisted he wasn't bitter about the first total miss of his pro career.