Origin of stout-hearted
Related formsstout-heart·ed·ly, adverbstout-heart·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for stout-hearted
Also to instill fear of God in stout-hearted men and Asian bankers.
Here and there a stout-hearted optimist appeared among them, but his very cheerfulness seemed to offend.West Wind Drift|George Barr McCutcheon
But the stout-hearted crew, not a whit daunted, coolly set about repairing damages.
Many a stout-hearted countryman who would have faced a cannon without shrinking, trembled and turned pale.