Definition of Stoutness

1. Noun. The property of being strong and resolute.

Exact synonyms: Stalwartness
Generic synonyms: Strength
Derivative terms: Stalwart, Stout, Stout



2. Noun. The property of excessive fatness.
Exact synonyms: Adiposis, Corpulence, Overweight
Generic synonyms: Corpulency, Fleshiness, Obesity
Derivative terms: Corpulent, Overweight, Stout

Definition of Stoutness

1. n. The state or quality of being stout.

Definition of Stoutness

1. Noun. (context: usually uncountable) A state or quality of being stout. ¹

2. Noun. (countable rare) The result or product of being stout. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stoutness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stoutness

stout-hearted
stouten
stoutened
stoutening
stoutens
stouter
stoutest
stouth
stouthearted
stoutheartedly
stoutheartedness
stouthrief
stouths
stoutish
stoutly
stoutness
stoutnesses
stouts
stovaine
stovaines
stove
stove bolt
stove poker
stoved
stovehouse
stovehouses
stoveless
stovelike
stovepipe
stovepipe hat

Literary usage of Stoutness

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1. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"Arsenic-eaters are stated to be fresh complexioned, with a tendency to stoutness, to be long-lived, but to die suddenly. The workmen engaged in the ..."

2. American Public Health Protection by Henry Bixby Hemenway, Edwin Frederick Bowers, Mary Sewall Gardner (1916)
"CHAPTER IX SIDE-STEPPING Stoutness AFTER all, Job was never called upon to reduce his belt measure ten inches. And how much less patient the ill-tempered ..."

3. The Works of Hannah More by Hannah More (1835)
"... hie correctness,— Lady Aston on her austerities ;—to this man who values himself solely on the stoutness of his orthodoxy ; to another on the firmness ..."

4. A Treatise on Food and Dietetics Physiologically and Therapeutically Considered by Frederick William Pavy (1881)
"... may be looked upon as forming the most fitting opportunity for referring to the kind of food best suited for increasing and diminishing stoutness. ..."

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