strongly and stoutly built; sturdy and robust.
strong and brave; valiant:
a stalwart knight.
firm, steadfast, or uncompromising:
a stalwart supporter of the U.N.
a physically stalwart person.
a steadfast or uncompromising partisan:
They counted on the party stalwarts for support in the off-year campaigns.
a conservative Republican in the 1870s and 1880s, especially one opposed to civil service and other reforms during the administrations of presidents Rutherford B. Hayes and James A. Garfield.
strong and sturdy; robust
solid, dependable, and courageous: stalwart citizens
resolute and firm
a stalwart person, esp a supporter
adjective, Archaic. 1. stalwart.
noun 1. (in India) a memorial pillar.
noun 1. a port in NW Turkey, on both sides of the Bosporus: built by Constantine I on the site of ancient Byzantium; capital of the Eastern Roman Empire and of the Ottoman Empire; capital removed to Ankara 1923. noun 1. the oldest part and principal Turkish residential section of Istanbul, south of the Golden […]
noun 1. the oldest part and principal Turkish residential section of Istanbul, south of the Golden Horn. 2. Istanbul. noun 1. the old part of Istanbul, Turkey, south of the Golden Horn: the site of ancient Byzantium; sometimes used as a name for the whole city