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He never forgot his stoutness, and always carried it with dignity.
DROSSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
Marian alone, thanks to her bottle of liquor and her stoutness of build, stood the strain upon back and arms without suffering.
TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLESTHOMAS HARDY
She was thirty-five years old and she was dressed in striped calico of the ordinary cut and was of "tolerable stoutness."
THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY, VOLUME 5, 1920VARIOUS
Though absolutely smaller than in those examples, they are yet similar in regard to their stoutness.
PREHISTORIC MANW. L. H. DUCKWORTH
She had not seen her for a long while, and the first thing that caught her eye was the girl's unnatural stoutness.
MOTHERMAKSIM GORKY
The colour that had been sufficient became too much, plumpness changed to stoutness—once, for a year, she was fat.
MRS. THOMPSONWILLIAM BABINGTON MAXWELL
He was certainly a fine fellow, tall, well built, and yet free from the German stoutness of figure.
THE FOREST OF SWORDSJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
About fifty years old, he was short and inclined to stoutness.
TRADING JEFF AND HIS DOGJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
His stoutness, however, was of a peculiar flabby, unhealthy kind.
A RUSSIAN PROPRIETORLYOF N. TOLSTOI
Despite his stoutness and the costume, every fat inch of him expressed the soldier.
THE MYSTERY OF THE BARRANCAHERMAN WHITAKER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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