adjective, stouter, stoutest.
bulky in figure; heavily built; corpulent; thickset; fat:
She is getting too stout for her dresses.
Synonyms: big, rotund, stocky, portly, fleshy.
Antonyms: thin, lean, slender, slim; skinny, scrawny.
bold, brave, or dauntless:
a stout heart; stout fellows.
Synonyms: valiant, gallant, intrepid, fearless, indomitable, courageous, stouthearted.
Antonyms: cowardly, timid, fearful, timorous, craven.
firm; stubborn; resolute:
Synonyms: obstinate, indomitable, steadfast, staunch, unwavering.
a stout argument; a stout wind.
Synonyms: intense, sharp, violent.
strong of body; hearty; sturdy:
Synonyms: brawny, sinewy, strapping, husky, robust.
having endurance or staying power, as a horse.
Synonyms: stalwart, steady, untiring.
strong in substance or body, as a beverage.
Antonyms: weak, tasteless, bland, flat.
strong and thick or heavy:
a stout cudgel.
a dark, sweet brew made of roasted malt and having a higher percentage of hops than porter.
porter of extra strength.
a stout person.
a garment size designed for a stout man.
a garment, as a suit or overcoat, in this size.
solidly built or corpulent
(prenominal) resolute or valiant: stout fellow
strong, substantial, and robust
a stout heart, courage; resolution
strong porter highly flavoured with malt
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noun 1. a small bolt, similar to a machine screw but with a coarser thread.
noun 1. anthracite coal in sizes ranging from 1 5/8 to 2 7/16 (about 4 to 6 cm), intermediate between egg coal and chestnut coal.
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noun 1. a type of enamel made heatproof by treatment in a stove