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Synonyms for staunch

Synonyms for staunch

adhering firmly and devotedly, as to a person, a cause, or a duty

Synonyms for staunch

stop the flow of a liquid

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firm and dependable especially in loyalty

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"My backer Rob Lloyd owns three-quarters of this horse and you could not wish for a stauncher supporter.
Stauncher critics, however, on both file left and right will have file same beefs with the film riley did with file book.
You will find no keener proponents of the right to life or stauncher opponents of pro-abortion President-elect Barack Obama than young people.
"Mark was due a posting after the tour that would have seen him move closer to the Welsh Valleys, and closer his beloved Cardiff City Football Club - never have I met a stauncher fan."
Mark was due a posting after the tour that would have seen him move closer to the Valleys, and closer his beloved Cardiff City Football Club-never have I met a stauncher fan.
He joined a union, married a woman with broad hips and bad manners and had other children who were stauncher and less disturbing than the one he left behind.
differences, biculturalism (and its stauncher successor binationalism)
He also became a stauncher opponent of organized religion, though not an atheist.
With average density over the 100% mark in the EU, the mobile market is now edging towards saturation and operators are fighting stauncher competition to gain and retain customers.
It is the real source, for it sustains life and healing, is the "stauncher of blood".