Definition of Stalwarts

1. Noun. (plural of stalwart) ¹



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Definition of Stalwarts

1. stalwart [n] - See also: stalwart

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stalwarts

stallioner
stallioners
stallions
stallkeeper
stallkeepers
stallman
stallmen
stallon
stallons
stalls
staltic
stalwart
stalwartly
stalwartness
stalwartnesses
stalwarts (current term)
stalworth
stalworths
stamen
stamened
stameniferous
stamens
stamina
staminal
staminas
staminate
stamineal
stamineous
staminiferous
staminode

Literary usage of Stalwarts

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1. Recent History of the United States by Frederic Logan Paxson (1921)
"... interest in reform as opposed to the open cynicism of many of the stalwarts. ... and more with the substance of government than most of the stalwarts. ..."

2. La Follette's Winning of Wisconsin (1894-1904) by Albert Olaus Barton (1922)
""Have you heard that the stalwarts have leased the opera house to hold a rival state convention?" yelled Rodney Elward, the famous Kipling reciter, ..."

3. History of the State of New York, Political and Governmental by Willis Fletcher Johnson, Roscoe Conkling Ensign Brown, Walter Whipple Spooner, Willis Holly (1922)
"CHAPTER XXI stalwarts AND HALF-BREEDS 1881 THE third term fight divided the ... Both were stalwarts, but the Half-breeds saw more hope of independence, ..."

4. History of the United States: From Aboriginal Times to Taft's Administration by John Clark Ridpath (1911)
"The two wings of the Republicans were nicknamed the " Halfbreeds" and the " stalwarts "; the latter, headed by Senator Conkling, of New York, ..."

5. The Development of English Thought: A Study in the Economic Interpretation by Simon Nelson Patten (1899)
"This they are beginning to do, but even if they are joined by the two non-progressive classes, they cannot succeed if the stalwarts are united. ..."

6. The Development of English Thought: A Study in the Economic Interpretation by Simon Nelson Patten (1899)
"This they are beginning to do, but even if they are joined by the two non-progressive classes, they cannot succeed if the stalwarts are united. ..."

7. Meyers Grosses Konversations-Lexikon by Hermann Julius Meyer (1902)
"Als einer der Führer der »stalwarts« in New Hort w^d er in» Juli 1880 auf der republikanischen National' ..."

8. Recollections of a Long Life, 1829-1915 by Isaac Stephenson (1915)
"CHAPTER XVIII Half-breeds successful in 1902 and 1904 — Demoralization of stalwarts — Rifts in ... The stalwarts ..."

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