Antonyms for stalwarts

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These stalwarts of the latest class were loaded with horns and noise-machines.

Nineteen stalwarts at last were all that were left at Champoton.

At that the whole army of stalwarts rose and departed to the right.

These men and their followers were known as the “stalwarts.”

The two Franciscan stalwarts remained in the Priors' chapel.

Perth Sheriff Courts witness many a "bout" between the stalwarts, who are not amiss to clash all round if need be.

But some difference of opinion arose within little circle of Stalwarts, and proposal abandoned.

The four stalwarts on in front swore a very comprehensive if heterogeneous oath.

He had with him two men, men of his choosing who had signed as green hands but were stalwarts now.

The quarrel produced a split in the Republican party itself, and two wings were formed, known as "Half-breeds" and "Stalwarts."