- There lived a wife at Usher's Well,
- And a wealthy wife was she;
- She had three stout and stalwart sons,
- And sent them over the sea.
In Lean Times, a Stout Dream
The economic crisis has done little to dent the ambitions of those who dream of brewing and selling their own beer.
Definitionstout (CHARACTER) Show phonetics
adjective [before noun] LITERARY
strong and determined:
He needed a cool head, a stout heart and nerves of steel.
stoutly Show phonetics
in a firm and determined way:
They have stoutly denied the recent rumours that there are problems with their marriage.
stout (ALCOHOLIC DRINK) Hide phonetics
a dark bitter and slightly creamy type of beer
stalwart (STRONG) Show phonetics
adjective FORMALa., n. 頑丈な（人）; 勇敢な（人）
(especially of a person) physically strong
This year’s fair has shrunk to 31 dealers from 54, and lost still more of its stalwarts. And it has relocated to cramped and awkward quarters in a Georgian-style building at 583 Park Avenue, at 63rd Street, three blocks south of its old home in the Park Avenue Armory.
stalwart (LOYAL) Show phonetics
loyal, especially for a long time; able to be trusted:
She has been a stalwart supporter of the party for many years.
stalwart Show phonetics
a person who has been loyal for a long time:
Let me introduce Bob, one of the club's stalwarts.