He asked to borrow one of their uniforms, and when they staunchly refused, Singh realized that he had run out of all options.
I staunchly oppose the death penalty, so I hope that Gosnell gets life when he is sentenced next week.
Salon made its name as a politically aggressive, staunchly liberal online operation.
Dr. J.T. Francisco was the man who had staunchly maintained to the world that Elvis Presley died of heart failure.
The initiative was supported by the full Senate except for Geert Wilders' staunchly pro-Israel PVV.
The storm of angry words beat on Mary Isabel like hail, but she fronted it staunchly.
The officers whom he tempted were, however, staunchly loyal.
She was staunchly built, and the impact was like that of a solid body against yielding cotton.
The three staunchly approached the door of Mrs. Trent's private study.
The scabs were inclined to make light of her achievement, but Conny and Priscilla staunchly fanned enthusiasm.
early 15c., "impervious to water," from Old French estanche "firm, watertight," fem. of estanc "dried, exhausted, wearied, vanquished," from Vulgar Latin *stanticare, probably from Latin stans (genitive stantis), present participle of stare "to stand," from PIE root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). Sense of "strong, substantial" first recorded mid-15c.; of persons, "standing firm and true to one's principles" from 1620s.