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Use "stoutness" in a sentence
"He always wears the camel's-hair tunic, which ends just below the knee; at Siena it is thick, like some woolly fleece; it conceals and broadens the frame, thus suggesting a stoutness which is not warranted by the size of the leg."
"Despite her stoutness, she suffered from what she called shattered nerves."
"Or will it be Martin Castrogiovanni, stoutness itself in the Six Nations for Italy, on the Leicester tight-head?"