Definition of Stalwartly

1. adv. In a stalwart manner.



Definition of Stalwartly

1. Adverb. In a stalwart way. ¹

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Definition of Stalwartly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stalwartly

stallioneer
stallioneers
stallioner
stallioners
stallions
stallkeeper
stallkeepers
stallman
stallmen
stallon
stallons
stalls
staltic
stalwart
stalwartly (current term)
stalwartness
stalwartnesses
stalwarts
stalworth
stalworths
stamen
stamened
stameniferous
stamens
stamina
staminal
staminas
staminate
stamineal

Literary usage of Stalwartly

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1. A Little Book of Heavenly Wisdom: Selections from Some English Prose Mystics by Eleanor C. Gregory (1904)
"I answer: Very love is, to love Him in all thy might stalwartly; in all thy heart wisely; ... stalwartly may no man love Him but if he be stalwart. ..."

2. Sir Brook Fossbrooke: A Novel by Charles James Lever (1866)
"Indeed, their colloquy on that delicious moonlight evening would have been brought to a conclusion much sooner than it was, had not Geoff stalwartly ..."

3. The Red Badge of Courage and Four Stories by Stephen Crane (1997)
"“We'll let them fight,” he answered, stalwartly. “I can't put up with it any longer. I've stood this damned Swede till I'm sick. We'll let them fight. ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"The chronic trouble, in this particular line of truth-seeking, whether with the flamboyant after-dinner orators or those who hold stalwartly to the legend ..."

5. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1909)
"... with the sceptre which high heaven confers— Die, and by female hands, not smitten down By a far-shooting bow, held stalwartly By some strong Amazon. ..."

6. Shelburne Essays by Paul Elmer More (1913)
"... and he was too stalwartly intellectual to have succumbed to it even if it had been in the air; yet the outcome of his teaching was that exaltation of ..."

7. SHELBURNE ESSAYS by Paul Elmer More (1909)
"In thus frankly stating the unreasonableness of the doctrine of original sin, while maintaining so stalwartly the mystery of our nature on which that ..."

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