Definition of "stouter" [stouter]

  • Comparative form of stout: more stout (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "stouter" in a sentence
  • "They just about froze that winter because General Hampton had somehow gotten the notion that his men ought to spend the cold months in tents instead of building any kind of stouter winter buildings."
  • "'Ah dear me the poor old room,' said Flora, glancing round, 'looks just as ever Mrs Clennam I am touched to see except for being smokier which was to be expected with time and which we must all expect and reconcile ourselves to being whether we like it or not as I am sure I have had to do myself if not exactly smokier dreadfully stouter which is the same or worse, to think of the days when papa used to bring me here the least of girls a perfect mass of chilblains to be stuck upon a chair with my feet on the rails and stare at Arthur -- pray excuse me -- Mr Clennam -- the least of boys in the frightfullest of frills and jackets ere yet Mr"
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