stamina[ stam-uh-nuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF stamina
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STAMINA
Came a night at last when stamina and hope and grit won the long, long fight.
Every man of them was marked for courage and stamina and wild daring.
I stood him for two years altogether, and then I guess my stamina broke.
They just weren't used to it; they wouldn't have the stamina to take it.
Prepare the stamina from this piece of wax by snipping the proper number.
The stamina are very numerous, and cut according to patterns.
The review was evidence, at least, as to our number, stamina and equipment.
I have been looking for that sort of stamina in myself for weeks, but I haven't found it.
In every country, we must regard the peasantry as the sinews and stamina of the state.
The morale and stamina of the troops had been tried in every way.