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Stalwart
(n) very strong, long time firm supporter of a cause or a party. Origin: Old Eng stathol, foundation (that on which a body stands) + weorth, worthy => 'a valuable foundation' => 'one who has become the foundation of a cause or a party' He was a stalwart of the party. He was only 16 when he had become its member and had remained loyal to it his whole life, through all its ups and downs.