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stalwart
used in Main Street

4 uses
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Definition
a person who is loyal to their allegiance (especially in times of revolt);
or: having rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships;
or: dependable;
or: used especially of persons
  • Miss Bea was a stalwart, corn-colored, laughing young woman, and she was bored by farm-work.
    Chapter 4 (33% in)
  • Will had been lordly—stalwart, jolly, impressively competent in making camp, tender and understanding through the hours when they had lain side by side in a tent pitched among pines high up on a lonely mountain spur.
    Chapter 3 (22% in)
  • And to Hugh, Olaf was lord among mortal men, less stalwart than the old monarch, King Miles, but more understanding of the relations and values of things, of small sticks, lone playing-cards, and irretrievably injured hoops.
    Chapter 26 (16% in)
  • But afterwards, when the old stalwarts were pumphandling everybody at the door and calling 'em 'Brother' and 'Sister,' they let me sail right by with nary a clinch.
    Chapter 26 (42% in)

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