- Firmly or solidly built#Adjective|built.
- 1870–1871, Mark Twain [pseudonym; Samuel Langhorne Clemens], chapter LVII, in Roughing It, Hartford, Conn.: American Publishing Company [et al.], published 1872, OCLC 275036 ↗, page 415 ↗:
- For observe, it was an assemblage of two hundred thousand young men—not simpering, dainty, kid-gloved weaklings, but stalwart, muscular, dauntless young braves, brimful of push and energy, and royally endowed with every attribute that goes to make up a peerless and magnificent manhood—the very pick and choice of the world's glorious ones.
- Determined; staunch.
- (firmly or solidly built) firm, resilient, robust, stout, strong; see also Thesaurus:strapping
- (courageous) bold, brave, courageous, daring, valiant; see also Thesaurus:brave
- (determined) see also Thesaurus:obstinate
- (firmly or solidly built) feeble, flimsy, soft, weak; see also Thesaurus:weak
- (bold) cowardly, gutless (informal), spineless; see also Thesaurus:cowardly
- French: robuste
- German: kräftig, robust, handfest, unerschütterlich
- Italian: robusto
- Portuguese: robusto
- Russian: кре́пкий
- Spanish: robusto
- French: courageux, vaillant
- German: tapfer, unentwegt, tüchtig, unerschütterlich, standhaft
- Russian: отва́жный
- Spanish: corajudo, valiente
stalwart (plural stalwarts)
- One who has a strong build#Noun|build.
- One who firmly support#Verb|supports a cause#Noun|cause.
- One who is dependable.