Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Stout"

The meaning of "Stout" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does stout mean?
A: short and thick
Q: What does stout mean?
A: 頑丈な、太った、などの意味です!わかりやすく言うと デブ!

You look like my stout aunt.
貴方は私の太ったおじさんに似ているね。

このように使います!
ビールでもstoutというものがありますね
Q: What does stout mean?

Example sentences using "Stout"

Q: Please show me example sentences with stout.
A: Stout has different meanings. When used as a noun, it references a beer that is dark and sweet and is made with lots of hops. Guinness is a type of stout (beer). When used as an adjective for a person, it means someone who is strong, sturdy and bulky in build. A stout defensive end was added to improve the football lineup. Stout can also be used as an adjective to describe something with a strong flavor. A cup of stout coffee. Stout can also mean stubborn or uncompromising: He put up a stout resistance to the proposal.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "stout".
A: She was a stout woman, with short arms and legs.

The coffee table has stout, cylindrical legs.

The city put up a stout resistance to the invasion.

Synonyms of "Stout" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between stout and stocky and fat and overweight ?
A: Stout = Thick and strong
Stocky = Well-built
Fat = carrying too much fatty tissue
Overweight = Weighing more than they should, but not necessarily looking fat.

That rugby player is stout isn’t he.
The bouncer at that club is a stocky bloke.
She is very fat, her belly hangs over her trousers.
I am a little overweight, so I will moderate my eating a little.
Q: What is the difference between stout and well-built ?
A: Stout is used for someone who is generally fat, but noticeable short. Try imagining a teapot.
Well-built is someone who is all around muscular with wonderful proportions from head to toe. An example would be something like Sergey Lazarev *blush*.

Other questions about "Stout"

Q: What does stout mean? Is it a common word?

Is stout a polite way to say someone is fat, like euphemism?

Can I also use stout to describe a tree or building?

A: Stout doesn't have to be "fat" it can also be "thick" or "strong". Can be used to replace any type of "big" item.

Not very common in Australia, but possibly more common in England.

"Stout tree" and "stout building" make sense, but it is most often used for a person.

It is also a style of beer.
Q: A stout women is sitting down in front of me me on a train. The train is considerably crowded, but she is so huge that she is occupying two seats.

Is this a bad manner?
She is preventing another from seating, but we also should respect her body form. does this sound natural?
A: × A stout women is sitting down in front of me me on a train.
✓ A stout/large/obese women is sitting down in front of me me on a train.

× Is this a bad manner?
✓ Is this a form of bad manners?

× She is preventing another from seating, but we also should respect her body form.
✓ She is preventing another person from sitting, but we also should respect her body form/size.

Q: The stout man is very big. does this sound natural?
A: the stout man or big man. Stout means large or big.
so when you say "the stout man is big" you are actually saying the big man is big
Q: A stout man is occupying three seats on a train. I can't believe he pays only for the fee as one passenger. does this sound natural?
A: × A stout man is occupying three seats on a train.
✓ A fat man is taking up three seats on a train.

× I can't believe he pays only for the fee as one passenger.
✓ I can't believe that he can pay as just one passenger.

"fat" can be rude for some people, use words like " a quite-large man". If you don't want to be rude to him.
Q: He became quite stout by eating too much. does this sound natural?
A: He became quite stout *from eating too much.

This sounds a bit too formal for everyday speech though. We don't use the words quite or stout in everyday conversation.

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