Stout and Weak


Stout adjective - Able to withstand hardship, strain, or exposure.
Usage example: erected a stout wooden fence to keep the wild animals out

Weak is an antonym for stout in topics: brave, strong, courageous, overweight.

Nearby Words: stoutness, stoutly


Weak adjective - Lacking bodily strength.
Usage example: the little boy was simply too weak to lift the box

Stout is an antonym for weak in tough topic.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Rumo & His Miraculous Adventures Stout Strength: Urs's love for eating clearly shows, but don't let that fool you into thinking he's slow or weak.
  • Five Races Accretia is the Mundane, being the Human Counterpart who doesn't use magic (actually, Accretians are human cyborgs, as their flesh is weak to a chronic disease that afflicts the entire Accretian race) Bellato is the Cute or the Stout, depending on the class.
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