Also to instill fear of God in stout-hearted men and Asian bankers.
Some successful men are so stout-hearted, their minds seem never to flinch.
"Divil a fear; don't be unasy about that," said the stout-hearted Mary.
A stout-hearted fellow named Browne, who hailed from Chester, would have made Caradine a fitting mate.
They were strong men and stout-hearted in the presence of any visible danger.
It was indeed fortunate that Colonel Moultrie was a stout-hearted man, for otherwise he might well have been discouraged.
A stout-hearted plant,—a tree, dwarfed, but losing not its dignity.
But when he saw the other rush at him, he did not stay to meet the stout-hearted hero but dived down to the depths of the lake.
Dick was a stout-hearted fellow, and said he did not fear him.
He wants no scalps, like a miserable Indian, but fights like a stout-hearted pale-face.