Definition of Stauncher

1. Adjective. (comparative of staunch) ¹



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Definition of Stauncher

1. staunch [adj] - See also: staunch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stauncher

statutory
statutory-declaration
statutory-rape
statutory declaration
statutory declarations
statutory law
statutory offence
statutory offense
statutory rapes
stau
staumrel
staumrels
staunch
staunched
stauncher (current term)
staunches
staunchest
staunching
staunchly
staunchness
staunchnesses
staurikosaur
staurikosaurus
staurobaryte
staurolite
staurolites
staurolitic
stauroscope
stauroscopes

Literary usage of Stauncher

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1. The Western Temperance Herald by Western Temperance League (1855)
"The people of Maine are thus still found to be staunch to the Maine-law; yea, stauncher than ever, as far as the vote for governor ..."

2. Proceedings of the General Council by General Council (1877)
"... will be to make us more intelligent, broader (in a right sense) and stauncher Presbyterians—stauncher, I would say, because broadband more intelligent. ..."

3. Proceedings (1912)
"There is the class who tell you every time the subject is mentioned that they grow more and more in therapeutic grace and are stauncher and stauncher ..."

4. The Works of A. Conan Doyle by Arthur Conan Doyle (1902)
"The stern test of common danger and hardship entitle me to say that no man could have desired a stauncher or more trusty comrade. ..."

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