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stout

(stowt) [O.Fr. estout, bold]
Having a bulky body.
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Stoutly bred on her dam's side, she should appreciate this step up to an extended seven furlongs.
Quite stoutly bred and is fancied to go one better over this more demanding trip.
Tony Dobbin's mount led over the last in the two-and-a-half-mile event and ran on stoutly to beat Monkerhostin by four lengths.
Sticking with Thats the Deal, he appeared to have a hopeless task on Monday after failing to lead, but he stuck to his guns stoutly and could have won.
Lance, a six-year-old half-brother to classy chaser Kingsmark, made a winning debut in the bumper, slipping clear turning for home and staying on stoutly to triumph for Niall Madden and Noel Meade.
His sire, Barathea, was a top-class miler and unbeaten juvenile, but this stoutly bred colt looks sure to excel over further.
However, John Paul Donnelly powered home a superb header as Armagh equalised and then defended stoutly in face of United pressure.
However, they could not find a way over the Wirral tryline as the home team defended stoutly.
Summary: Dhaka [Bangladesh], May 6 (ANI): Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina requested the Muslim countries under the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to stoutly stand beside the forcibly deported Rohingyas to protect their dignity and security.
"We issue the verdict withallhonestyand are free to give whatever verdict we want to," he said while stoutly denying that there has been pressure from anyone on the courts.Nisar said that he and his comrades have pledged to protect the constitution.
According to Trend news agency, the ministry said Turkmenistan stoutly supported and participated in economic projects in the field of energy and transport.