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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

But unfortunately the shorts, stouts, and mediums are not respectively standard according to bust-measure.
THE PERFECT GENTLEMANRALPH BERGENGREN
The Stouts were common folks—most of us are, for that matter, in one way or another.
To the barmaid: Two stouts, miss—one pale—four brandies hot, two without—one whisky—three gin—pint sherry—bottle of port!
He had never seen so many stylish stouts with blossoming cheeks and magnificent buttocks.
PLOWING ON SUNDAYSTERLING NORTH
Here at least I think England cannot match Ireland, for our stouts are, as a rule, too sweet and "clammy."
MODERN ESSAYSJOHN MACY
He never took any stock in Bill Stouts bluster; but he had not suspected that the fellow was such an arrant coward.
As it is impossible for me to endure Stouts company any longer, I shall have to leave you, if you stick to him.
You have no more right to cover up Stouts crime than you would have to conceal Filipes.

WORD OF THE DAY

Parnassianadjective | [pahr-nas-ee-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION
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