We are left with stalwart genres (action, rom com) and classic roles (prude, seductress, jock, backstory-less best friend).
When the stalwart vanguard reached the perimeter, their ranks broke in confusion.
LeftHalfBack and Ben, two stalwart and valued readers--let's smoke the peace pipe, you two, eh?
As a stalwart opponent of US-Iran diplomacy, Netanyahu is putting Israel on the opposite side of the US.
And in fact we'd all like to see you apologize to lefthalfback, who's been a stalwart around these parts for a few years now.
They were a stalwart people, versed in agriculture and working in metal.
With a swing of his stalwart form and a generous wave of his hand he was gone.
Then the chief and his stalwart daughter hauled the light-weight pakeha safely to the summit of the wall.
Stuart stepped close and slipped his arm about the stalwart figure.
A wherry was being pushed up the stream by its two stalwart boatmen, by the process known in Norfolk as quanting.
late 14c., Scottish variant of Old English stælwierðe "good, serviceable," probably a contracted compound of staðol "foundation, support" (from Proto-Germanic *stathlaz, from PIE root *sta- "to stand, set down, make or be firm;" see stet) + wierðe "good, excellent, worthy" (see worth). Another theory traces the first element of stælwierðe to Old English stæl "place," from Proto-Germanic *stælaz. In U.S. political history, applied 1877 by Blaine to Republicans who refused to give up their hostility to and distrust of the South.