1) Brave, strong.

2) (Of body) having a plump, ample body.
"She was 5'7'' and of a rather stout build, with blue eyes and a fine head of hair that reached almost to her waist."
by Lorelili March 24, 2005
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Stout is a dark beer made using roasted malts. Stout was first brewed by Guinness of Ireland and was originally called Stout-Porter, as its recipe was a variation of that for porter beer. It encompasses a large enough class of beers and subclasses of beers, that Stout and Porter are considered two distinct styles.
I got totally drunk after only 4 pints of stout
by dookie February 29, 2004
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Stout is a term describing a female's body. It is not used negatively, but is a trait that is actually sought after. It can be used like the words fine, sexy, or most accuratly thick. It is most commonly used to define a female who has a big booty and big breasts. It can also be used to describe the size of a woman's butt or breasts, as in "she's stout in the front but not in the back." The word stout is also used by some people to describe the general sex-appeal of a female, but that usage is inaccurate. Stout usually refers to only those certain body parts (breasts and or butt).

Only to be used when referring to females.
I'm going to find me a stout joint tonight.

She's stout as hell!

She's stout in the front but she ain't got nothing in the back.
by Yinginanen Sanen April 5, 2005
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A term widely accepted in the white-water kayak community to refer to large variations of river elevation, most often stout refers to a waterfall, but can often refer to smaller drops in elevation with high flow. Most often people do not refer to small drops with low flow as "stout", since stout has an apparent scale of "stoutness". Palouse falls for example is extremely stout, whereas something small like Trick or Treat falls on the Quyon River, is only kinda stout, but still fun to huck nonetheless.
Hog's back falls was looking hella stout today, but still looks runnable.

Looks like the Rouge is flowing at 30 cms!!! Let's go huck some stouts!!!

John swam after running that burly stout this morning, he still owes a booty beer later tonight!

See also brown.
by Crash0826 March 23, 2016
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ref below;stout is a class of porter, it came about due to the introduction of other grains than barley being used in addition, due to a tax on malted barley.It has become associated with Ireland laterly due to its popularity there, although it was originaly a London style. Porter as a name came about because of the popularity of the beer with the dock porters.Stout because the other grains introduced gave the beer a fuller or stouter texture rather than flavour.The guiness conection at best relates to their being and early importer/exporter and modern marketing!
by toymi69 May 30, 2008
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(n) a deerfly, a huge biting fly with striped wings that lives in northern Canada. Newfoundland slang.
I hit the stout with a hammer and thought I had killed it, but it just shook itself off and flew away.
by Heptune May 16, 2005
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