stalwartness


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the property of being strong and resolute

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There remains, however, an air of idealism to these white castles, below which rests a "bed / of white flowers densely grown in an S / meaning Sweden and stalwartness" (132-33).
Looking back upon our own short history in the United States, one need not be a scholar to realize that practically every conflict could have been avoided if diplomacy and foresight had prevailed over the urge to prove one's (or the nation's) stalwartness.
Yellow (gold) symbolizes greatness, nobility and honor; red, courage and steadfastness; and black, leadership and stalwartness (Z.
The redundancy of powerful women and the appropriation of male garments reminds audiences that women have contributed to the building and preservation of civilization and that their power cannot be justifiably attributed to the sexual magnetism of the temptress, the frenzy of the hysteric, or the infantile energy of the child-woman; instead, it arises from virtues that are typically designated as "manly": courage, fortitude, grit, nobility, prudence, resoluteness, stalwartness, temperance, valor, and vision.
The dazzling stalwartness of their playing made sweet the overly long and hyperbolic thrust of the music.
Fidelity, honesty, liberty, courage, stalwartness, justice, charity, chastity--these are the virtues commonly associated with the republic's female embodiments.