From the few photographs of him, we see a stout man with deep Indian features, a thick mustache and stoic face.
Two stout old biddies got stuck into Sarah Palin this weekend—Barbara Bush and Frank Rich.
Despite cleanup efforts, groundwater springs contaminated with PCBs still flow into stout's Creek.
Combined with rich dark chocolate, the flavor of stout shines, and this decadent cake takes on a fabulous flavor.
Two bottles of stout supplied the necessary lubrication, and there was frequent recourse to a box of licorice pastilles.
Youre a stout fellow, she said; you look as if you could take your own part.
Among the passengers was a stout, good-looking man, a New York merchant.
Marry a good blade and a stout man, a proper fellow of his hands.
Bates was a stout sailor, rough in appearance, but with a warm and kindly heart.
Armed as they were with long knives and guns, some of them with stout spears, they could not be slaves.
c.1300, "proud, valiant, strong," from Old French estout "brave, fierce, proud," earlier estolt "strong," from West Germanic *stult- "proud, stately" (cf. Middle Low German stolt "stately, proud," German stolz "proud, haughty, arrogant, stately"), from PIE root *stel- "to put, stand" (see stall (n.1)). Meaning "strong in body, powerfully built" is attested from late 14c., but has been displaced by the (often euphemistic) meaning "thick-bodied, fat and large," which is first recorded 1804. Original sense preserved in stout-hearted (1550s).
"strong, dark-brown beer," 1670s, from stout (adj.).