Definition of staunchness in English:



See staunch

  • ‘A battle is a severe test of the troops' maturity, psychological staunchness, courage and bravery.’
  • ‘By demonstrating his willpower, staunchness, boldness and cold-blooded approach the commander shows his subordinates how to perform one's duty on the battlefield.’
  • ‘The US media are lauding the dynamism, authority and staunchness of Britain's leader.’
  • ‘You can see the determination in the square outline of his jaw, the jutting staunchness of his features.’
  • ‘Judges rated each dog on its ability to locate and point quail, staunchness on point, style, and aggressiveness in finding birds.’