Definition of 'stout'
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So soup is something to be approached with either extreme caution or a very stout heart. The Sun (2013)You will do better to spend your day here behind stout doors and await my leisure. THE WOLF AND THE DOVEShe and her servants put up a typically stout defence until help came. The English Civil War: A People's History (2006)The bitter flavour from the mussels goes so well with beer or stout. The Sun (2014) Beer and stout are also worse than other alcoholic drinks. The Sun (2012)Close to us and in our direction ran a stout and elderly woman who cooked at a downtown white hotel. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)He opened a stout wooden door. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Martha found her coat and hat for her and a pair of stout little boots and she showed her her way downstairs. The Secret Garden (1911) Rather like a stout bicycle inner tube, then. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was stout and short, and wore spectacles. The Treasure Seekers (1899)This is the place for stout walking sticks and impressive rows of Wellington boots. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You see, after just one hour my stout old leather shoes had become soaked. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It seemed harsh and Wise mounted a stout defence. The Sun (2006)We put on stout boots and jackets, then stroll around the garden. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He was short and stout, and had a large head. A VERY ENGLISH DECEIT: The Secret History of the South Sea Bubble and the First Great Financial Scandal (2002)An old, stout poached pear was calling me to bring coffee. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Gloucester's forward power and stout defence gave them a narrow but justified win. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Once your pack is light, why add pounds to each foot with stout walking boots? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Port, red wine and stout beer are the worst culprits. The Sun (2009)He was quite short and stout and had a big head, which was flat at the top and supported by a thick neck full of wrinkles. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900)
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British English: stout ADJECTIVE
A stout person is rather fat.
He was a tall, stout man with gray hair.
Definition of stout from the Collins English Dictionary
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