He was the same but broader-chested and more stalwart. The gentle and sweet features of his mother were lost under the virile mask…
He was a stalwart, broad-shouldered man of thirty, with curly flaxen hair and a look of great health and vigour.
In the middle of the crowd stalwart arms were continually rising and falling in exactly the same place.
The pale, slender little Andryusha had turned into the stalwart Andrei Ivanovitch Byelovzorov.
We owe special thanks to Mr von Wogau, who is a political stalwart, always ready to take on ambitious reports and opinions.
She did stalwart work and she might like to say a few words as well.
Madam President, only a few stalwarts are in the House at present.
"Local resident Bob Beldon calls it a stalwart friend who, despite years of rough seas and harsh weather, continues to stand tall.'"
A stalwart champion of her people's social, cultural and political affairs in the global arena, Gulnara has come to be identified as the face and representative of Uzbekistan, a rapidly growing nation with multidimensional resources.
Also unofficial, naturally, but stalwart nevertheless.
dependable: resolute, stout
used especially of persons: brave, courageous, stouthearted
having rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships: hardy, robust, stout, sturdy
a person who is loyal to their allegiance (especially in times of revolt): champion, protagonist, admirer, loyalist, supporter, friend, booster