staunch

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To stop, check, or deter an action
dependable, persistent
To stop the flow of (blood)
loyal, trustworthy, reliable, outstanding

he relished a glass of choice old wine in season as both nourishing and bloodmaking and possessing aperient virtues (notably a good burgundy which he was a staunch believer in).

To staunch the flow of something means to stop it. The government claims this is the only way to staunch the annual flow to Germany of hundreds of thousands of refugees
See Stanch, Stanchly, etc
loyal, trustworthy
firm and dependable especially in loyalty; "a steadfast ally"; "a staunch defender of free speech"; "unswerving devotion"; "unswerving allegiance"
To check the flow of
A staunch supporter or believer is very loyal to a person, organization, or set of beliefs, and supports them strongly. He's a staunch supporter of controls on government spending. = steadfast + staunchly staunch·ly He was staunchly opposed to a public confession
To staunch a wound, or to staunch the blood from a wound, means to stop the wound from bleeding. Tom tried to staunch the blood with his handkerchief. Variant of staunch. giving strong loyal support to another person, organization, belief etc = steadfast (estanche, from estancher; STAUNCH). stanch to stop the flow of liquid, especially of blood from a wound
stop the flow of a liquid; "staunch the blood flow"; "them the tide"
{f} stop the flow of a liquid; cause a wound to stop bleeding (also stanch)
{s} loyal, steadfast; strong, solid, sturdy; steadfast, unwavering (also stanch)
stanch
To stop the flow of

A small amount of cotton can be stuffed into the nose to stanch the flow of blood if necessary.

stanch
{a} sound, firm, strong, determined, true
stanch
{v} to stop blood, stop, cease, satisfy, cloy
stanchness
{n} soundness, firmness, resolution
stanch
To stop the flowing of, as blood; to check; also, to stop the flowing of blood from; as, to stanch a wound
stanch
Firm in principle; constant and zealous; loyal; hearty; steady; steadfast; as, a stanch churchman; a stanch friend or adherent
stanch
That which stanches or checks
stanch
{s} loyal, steadfast; strong, solid, sturdy (also staunch)
stanch
{f} stop the flow of a liquid; cause a wound to stop bleeding (also staunch)
stanch
To cease, as the flowing of blood
stanch
To extinguish; to quench, as fire or thirst
stanch
Strong and tight; sound; firm; as, a stanch ship
stanch
To prop; to make stanch, or strong
stanch
A flood gate by which water is accumulated, for floating a boat over a shallow part of a stream by its release
stanch
Close; secret; private
stanch
Variant of staunch
stanch
stop the flow of a liquid; "staunch the blood flow"; "them the tide"
stancher
One who, or that which, stanches, or stops, the flowing, as of blood
stanchly
staunchly: in a staunch manner; "he staunchly defended his principles"
stanchly
In a stanch manner
stanchness
The quality or state of being stanch
stauncher
comparative of staunch
staunchest
superlative of staunch
staunching
present participle of staunch
staunchly
In a staunch manner
staunchly
See Stanch, Stanchly, etc
staunchly
resolutely, in a steadfast manner; loyally, faithfully
staunchly
in a staunch manner; "he staunchly defended his principles
staunchly
in a staunch manner; "he staunchly defended his principles"
staunchness
{i} loyalty, faithfulness; sturdiness, quality of being firmly constructed
staunchness
Property of being staunch
staunchness
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staunch
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