- His hard work makes him stout and strong.
- They had stout and muscular bodies.
- He had a stout impressive body.
- Her mother is a stout lady.
- Sports make our body stout and muscular.
- They are stout birds.
- He is fair complexioned with stout body.
- My brother is stout and fleshy.
- He has a stout and well-developed body covered with muscles and fat.
- He has a stout physique.
- This diet will make you stout and healthy.
- We should try to construct a stout and healthy nation.
- Stout beer is known for being rich in flavor and heavier in consistency than other beers.
- Trapdoor spiders are black or brown, with stout bodies and legs.
- He is stout in appearance.
- She is a stout girl with little sense of fashion.
- He walked with the aid of a stout stick.
- He is a curt, stout man with little patience for probing questions.
- What does stout taste like?
- He found a stout supporter for him.
- Snake eagles have stout legs and short toes.
- She did not panic and put up a stout resistance.
- My best friend is well built and stout.
- He is of average height and stout built.
- He is physically stout and robust person.
- He is very strong and stout.
- Our soldiers offered stout resistance to the enemy.
- She is stout and fair-complexioned.
- He is very strong and stout.
- He looked small beside my father’s stout body.
Synonyms of Stout
- The big investor bought up the stocks.
- People living in a big city tend to lack exercise.
- I dislike big cities.
- The big fire reduced the whole town to ashes.
- I am about as big as my father now.
- There is a big park near our school.
- My father and mother have a big farm there.
- I’m a big fan of American cooking.
- I caught a big fish yesterday.
- I do not like a big desk lamp.
- That’s big talk for an upstart like you.
- A big red fish is swimming about in the pond.
- This is a bulky book with over pages
- This box is too bulky to carry.
- Who can carry those bulky chairs back and forth?
- As he is fat so he walks slowly.
- Losing fat from around the waist is not easy.
- He left no stone unturned in his search.
- He is fat and rude
- That baby is fat and healthy.
- He is not as fat as he was.
- The bitter and sweet taste of this fleshy fruit is simply extraordinary.
- I had a heavy brunch in the morning.
- With a very heavy heart, I came back home.
- It was a heavy downpour.
- He is on the heavy side.
- My box is twice as heavy as yours.
- I could not come because of the heavy rain.
- We had a heavy rain last night.
- The train was ten minutes behind time because of heavy snow.
- I don’t like heavy makeup on a young girl.
- Electric wires were broken in many places from the heavy snowfall.
- I failed to come on account of a heavy snowfall.
- She would go out in the heavy rain
- The heavy rain prevented us from going fishing.
- The heavy rain prevented us from going out.
- His business resulted in heavy losses.
- It often happens that railway traffic is suspended by a heavy snowfall.”
- You can try this out with kids who are nice and plump it will bring you great joy.
- Your arguments are weighty.
- Your arguments are weighty still they do not convince me.
- It’s a weighty issue
Antonyms of Stout
- I’m afraid the story will give him a wrong impression.
- I am afraid it will rain in the afternoon.
- He is afraid that he may be punished.
- He was afraid to attempt it.
- I’m afraid of ghosts.
- He is very afraid of dogs.
- We are afraid that our new address is not registered on your database.
- I’m afraid I can’t help you now.
- I’m afraid the job I’ve got for you won’t be easy.
- They are afraid to speak out.
- Everyone is afraid of doing new things.
- He is afraid of the dark.
- I’m afraid I have water in my knee joint.
- I’m afraid the bank is going to repossess my house.
- The officer seemed to be afraid of their revenge.
- I was afraid that you had failed.
- I am afraid of offending you
- I’m afraid that I might make you angry.
- To lean out of the window is dangerous.
- He was lean forward on his desk.
- He has a thin, lean body.
- Don’t lean against the wall.
- She will lean to her husband’s opinion.
- They attempted to escape from prison.
- Don’t lean out of the window!
- You must not lean out of the window.
- Never lean against a glass door.
- He is lean and tall.
- It gives the illusion of tall figure and lean legs.
- Don’t lean on your friends for help.
- I lean toward accepting the proposal.
- Don’t lean on my desk.
He only eats lean meats and vegetables.
- There is only a very slight idea of restriction:
- They want to get things without making a slight effort.
- The trend continues to this day with slight changes.
- I had my heart in my mouth when I heard a slight noise in the middle of the night.
- He showed a slight improvement.
- A slight mistake with the ear can lead to serious problems.
- They are a little shy by nature and tend to retreat into their shells with a slight hissing sound.
- I have a slight pain in my side.
- I have a slight fever.
- Would you mind if I shut the window? I have a slight cold.
- I have a slight headache today.
- I have a slight fever today.
- There’s a slight possibility of a recurrence.
- She got a slight burn on her hand while cooking.
- If you want to get thin you must cut out sugar.
- He is lean, thin and old.
- Sincere friends stand by each other through thick and thin.
- I need a cord to tie these books.
- He’s so thin that he looks like a skeleton.
- The ice on the lake is too thin to bear your weight.
- He was so timid that he did not appear in the interview.
- Her long black hair danced round her like a snake
- He is so timid that he never raises his hand in class.
- A mouse is a timid creature.
- He was so weak that he could not walk.
- Should the weak be humiliated ?
- He had become too weak to walk.
- He is too weak to get about.
- He is weak in English.
- He is weak in the class.
- He is so weak that he cannot walk.
- He is always standing up for the weak and oppressed.