Definition of Stanchly

1. Adverb. In a staunch manner. "He staunchly defended his principles"

Exact synonyms: Staunchly
Partainyms: Staunch



Definition of Stanchly

1. adv. In a stanch manner.

Definition of Stanchly

1. Adverb. In a stanch manner. ¹

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Definition of Stanchly

1. in a stanch manner [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stanchly

stances
stanch
stanched
stanchel
stanchels
stancher
stanchers
stanches
stanchest
stanching
stanchion
stanchioned
stanchioning
stanchions
stanchless
stanchly (current term)
stanchness
stanck
stand-alone
stand-down
stand-in
stand-ins
stand-off
stand-offish
stand-offishly
stand-out
stand-to
stand-up
stand-up comedy

Literary usage of Stanchly

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1. Encyclopedic Dictionary of American Reference by John Franklin Jameson, James William Buel (1901)
"... and received Hood's charge stanchly. Hood was defeated with great loss and forced back to his fortifications within the town. ..."

2. English Composition as a Social Problem by Sterling Andrus Leonard (1917)
"each one will be encouraged to hold his opinions stanchly against whatever adverse wind till he is given a ..."

3. History of Colorado by Wilbur Fiske Stone (1918)
"Mrs. Bates has a grandson in the Yeoman School, preparing for the navy. ln his political views Mr. Mead is a stalwart republican, having stanchly supported ..."

4. History of South Carolina by Yates Snowden, Henry Gardner Cutler (1920)
"One of the senators from South Carolina was Daniel E. Huger, a leading Union leader of the State who had stanchly opposed him on nullification grounds, ..."

5. Our Hawaii by Charmian London (1917)
""You can't beat the Ranch in California—it's a sweet land," he would stanchly defend, "but I'd like to spend a great deal of my tune down here. ..."

6. Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography by Theodore Roosevelt (1913)
"By nature a straight man, as fearless and as stanchly loyal as any one whom I have ever met — a man to be trusted in any position demanding courage, ..."

7. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner (1896)
"Ragnhild—High up on the mountain there standeth a pine, Gunnar— There standeth a pine; Ragnhild—So stanchly grown and so tall and fine, Gunnar— So tall and ..."

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