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stout-hearted

[stout-hahr-tid] /ˈstaʊtˈhɑr tɪd/
adjective
1.
brave and resolute; dauntless.
Origin of stout-hearted
1645-1655
1645-55
Related forms
stout-heartedly, adverb
stout-heartedness, noun
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  • On first entering the train of attendants and military display is sufficient to quell the most stout hearted.

    Lady Rosamond's Secret Rebecca Agatha Armour
  • But, for faint and stout hearted alike, it was a fearful night.

    The Span o' Life William McLennan
  • Nugget could not repress an occasional complaint, and even the stout hearted Ned felt at times as though he must cry out.

    Canoe Boys and Campfires William Murray Graydon
  • Even Matt, stout hearted as he was, felt a qualm of dread as he saw how the air craft flung onward by sheer force of the wind.

    Motor Matt's Daring Rescue Stanley R. Matthews
  • Each member was as stout hearted a villain as you could see.

    The Dragon of Wantley Owen Wister

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