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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstoutstout1 /staʊt/ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 FATfairly fat and heavy, or having a thick body πŸ”Š a short, stout man2 literaryTHICK OBJECT OR MATERIAL strong and thick syn sturdy πŸ”Š a stout pair of shoes3 formalBRAVE brave and determinedstout defence/support/resistance πŸ”Š He put up a stout defence in court. β€”stoutly adverb πŸ”Š She stoutly denied the rumours. β€”stoutness noun [uncountable]
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stoutβ€’ Amy was now stout and matronly, the mother of three children.β€’ Theda was therefore acutely conscious of one gentleman, rather stout and red of face.β€’ She had a face the color of a pink towel, a stout figure and blue eyes shaped like arrows.β€’ Will Cunnane, a former Marlin, pitched two stout innings, running his scoreless streak to 13 1 / 3 innings.β€’ The world number one, stout Rod Harrington was pitted against the even stouter hopeful, Ronnie Baxter.β€’ It was packed with people buying up stout shoes.β€’ the stout walls of Kanazawa Castleβ€’ A stout woman in a tweed coat was standing outside the door.β€’ She was a stout woman with an Austrian accent.β€’ a stout wooden beamstout defence/support/resistanceβ€’ And when I say stout supports, I mean stout.
Related topics: Drink
stoutstout2 noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DFDstrong dark beer
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stoutβ€’ For dark beers such as stout, the malted barley is roasted until it is dark brown, almost black.β€’ In 1965, the first bottle of locally-brewed Guinness stout rolled out from the Sungei Way brewery.β€’ And don't forget Guinness stout itself.β€’ Guinness stout is the world's leading stout brand, accounting for around 40 percent of the company's beer volume.β€’ Guinness, which sells 22 variants of its stout around the globe, varies hugely in alcohol content.β€’ Terranova said he has used a rich stout instead of meat stock to enhance the taste of a low-fat chili.
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