Definition of Stoutheartedness
1. Noun. The trait of having a courageous spirit.
Derivative terms: Stouthearted
Lexicographical Neighbors of Stoutheartedness
Literary usage of Stoutheartedness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Waterloo: the Downfall of the First Napoleon: A History of the Campaign of 1815 by George Hooper (1862)
"It was a contest between bravery and stoutheartedness, between glory and duty, and duty and stoutheartedness prevailed. The beaten cavalry retired to the ..."
2. A Dictionary of the Panjábí Language by J. Newton (1854)
"... tf Dif- hardness ; hardheartedness, stoutheartedness. ka,than, a. ... stoutheartedness. от« я i kath,rá, tm A wooden trough, ..."
3. The History of France from the Earliest Times to 1848 by Guizot (François), Witt (Henriette Elizabeth) (1885)
"I cannot help admiring and commending the zeal and stoutheartedness of those who broke off the negotiation of Amsterdam, though their decision, ..."
4. The Writings of Charles Dickens by Charles Dickens, Gilbert Ashville Pierce (1894)
"... stoutheartedness. PATIENCE AND PREJUDICE. Take which you like best. CLXXII. JOHN WATKINS Monday, October 13,1852. SIR, — On my return to town I find the ..."
5. Business Administration by La Salle Extension University (1909)
"... There is a boldness which rises at the elbow touch of one's fellows, and there is a stoutheartedness which inspires a man when he is alone. ..."