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solidarity

noun sol·i·dar·i·ty \ˌsä-lə-ˈda-rə-tē\

: a feeling of unity between people who have the same interests, goals, etc.

Full Definition of SOLIDARITY

:  unity (as of a group or class) that produces or is based on community of interests, objectives, and standards

Examples of SOLIDARITY

  1. The vote was a show of solidarity.

Origin of SOLIDARITY

French solidarité, from solidaire characterized by solidarity, from Latin solidum whole sum, from neuter of solidus solid
First Known Use: 1841

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