Stout – meaning of the word and examples

(especially of older people) fat and solid-looking, especially around the waist. (Cambridge Dictionary)

(of a person) rather fat or of heavy build. (Oxford Dictionaries)

(of an object) strong and thick. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Having or showing courage and determination. (Oxford Dictionaries)

stout person is rather fat. (Collins Dictionary)

Stout shoes, branches, or other objects are thick and strong. (Collins Dictionary)

If you use stout to describe someone’s actions, attitudes, or beliefs, you approve of them because they are strong and determined. (Collins Dictionary)

Brave, bold. (Merriam – Webster)

Firm, determined. (Merriam – Webster)

Examples

Venture to the dark side of the brew with imperial stouts. 

https://thetakeout.com/venture-to-the-dark-side-of-the-brew-with-imperial-stou-1798256284

Bristol’s Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout. 

https://www.bristolbrewing.com/beer/bristols-bourbon-barrel-aged-imperial-stout/

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