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But perhaps of them all, their best and staunchest friends were old Dan Higgins and his daughter, Meggy.
Stewart was an upholder of Whig principles, when the Scottish government was in the hands of the staunchest Tories.
He and I, and Peterkin afterwards, became the best and staunchest friends that ever tossed together on the stormy waves.
THE CORAL ISLANDR.M. BALLANTYNE
Liber and his colleague Dahn were at that time among the staunchest supporters of the policy of the Entente in Russia.
The Senator from Stackpole reassured all of these with whom he talked, and was one of their staunchest allies and supporters.
IN THE ARENABOOTH TARKINGTON
He was the finest fellow and the staunchest friend and the bravest-hearted chap that walked under the stars of God.
Like a creature forsaken of her staunchest friend, she could have flung herself to the floor.
Moreover, the staunchest Republican must admit that if there is no divinity, there is a glamour or fascination about a king.
LOLA MONTEZEDMUND B. D'AUVERGNE
The city of London had been from the outset one of his staunchest supporters.
The staunchest troops blanched a little, jerked the head sidewise as the shells burst and showered ruin.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON

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