Part of speech: noun


Part of speech: noun

Coherence and oneness in nature, relations, or interests.

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Usage examples "solidarity":

  1. One of the main results, then, of recent discovery in the East has been to teach us the solidarity of ancient Oriental history, and the impossibility of forming a correct judgment in regard to any one part of it without reference to the rest. - "Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations", Archibald Sayce.
  2. At present business is the only human solidarity; we are all bound together with that chain, whatever interests and tastes and principles separate us, and I feel quite sure that in writing of the Man of Letters as a Man of Business, I shall attract far more readers than I should in writing of him as an Artist. - "The Man of Letters as a Man of Business", William Dean Howells.
  3. Their short talk- the first really intimate exchange of words between them- had the effect of creating a sense of solidarity that grew apace in the atmosphere of the Lynbrook dinner- table. - "The Fruit of the Tree", Edith Wharton.