شجاع, سميك, قوي, بدين, متين, سمين, ممتلئ, عنيد, جريء, نشيط, عنيفجعة, جعة قوية
Noun(1) a strong very dark heavy-bodied ale made from pale malt and roasted unmalted barley and (often(2) a garment size for a large or heavy person
Adjective(1) dependable(2) euphemisms for `fat'(3) having rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships
(1) His stout defence distracted the Austrians, helping Bonaparte to invade northern Italy and beat them at Marengo.(2) The Dolphins were favoured to win but ran into some stout defence and a forward pack that grew in confidence throughout the day.(3) While he might think it a stout defence of his membership, there are those who view that approach as ostrich-like, robbing us of any hope of his assistance in weeding out the bad guys.(4) So, living her dream vicariously through her son, she traipsed him round church halls to entertain audiences of stout women.(5) Engineered with the ergonomics of a spinal column, the highest grade of surgical stainless steel is crafted into stout links of solid metal.(6) Mother and father are both dressed in walking attire: calf length walking trousers tucked into long socks, stout walking shoes, check shirts, bobble hats and a back pack.(7) I was sitting alone in my favorite restaurant when a short, stout man of middle age asked if he could join me.(8) She's a game old bird, though; dashingly dressed in sensible breeches and stout walking boots, she's off down the fairway to confront the offending husband.(9) The waitress was a short stout woman who spoke broken English.(10) Her husband, a tall, stout fellow who probably wrestles alligators for fun, stomps ahead, engrossed in the sports pages of the paper.(11) It was time for stout defence and it was forthcoming.(12) It was tall and stout , and a good support for him as he walked, for he could place it before him and so be sure of his next step.(13) The plants are stout , robust and shrub-like, with reddish stems and greenish-white or reddish-brown flowers produced in narrow, upright clusters.(14) He used a specially-arranged series of interviews during the Commonwealth summit yesterday to mount a stout defence of his position.(15) One reason for the defense's stout performance is the coaches' ability to make the most of the players' strengths.(16) He's stout and middle-aged, wearing a suit - looking totally out of place in the barbaric surroundings.
(1) stout-hearted :: جريء
1. fat ::
2. strong ::
3. determined ::
4. sturdy ::
5. portly ::
6. stalwart ::
1. delicate ::
دقيق او حساس
2. soft ::
3. tender ::
4. weak ::
Different Formsstout, stouter, stoutest, stoutly, stoutness, stouts
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