Thesaurus / stalwart


We’re all in happy, however, that Leeds United is back in the EPL — not necessarily because of their style, but because Geoff would very much like all former stalwarts relegated out of the Premier League to find their way back in.

Paid search advertising has always been a stalwart of performance in economic downturns.

People in stalwart democracies such as Canada, Germany, and the UK are particularly critical.

The likes of Apple and Amazon are thriving as consumers buy digital gadgets for working at home and flock to online shopping, while value stalwarts in such sectors as airlines, retail, and hotels have taken their worst beating in decades.

The Dodgers, winners of seven-straight division titles and two of the last three NL pennants, return a lineup with stalwarts like Cody Bellinger, Max Muncy, Justin Turner and Corey Seager, and they added a star in a trade for Mookie Betts.

That bedridden old lady there had a stalwart son, who was now the owner of the Helpholme pastures.

Not many days after, came to court eight stalwart men riding upon bulls, the father and seven sons.

He is the most stalwart knight in this country, and has no equal among us.

This led to a personal attack upon the stalwart commander, and the Pacha was knocked into the mud in the street.

Asiatic BreezesOliver Optic

At intervals the stalwart figure of a man towered above the rest, mounted high on a camel or an elephant.

Guy in the JungleWilliam Murray Graydon


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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.