Examples of solidarity in a Sentence
The vote was a show of solidarity.
Recent Examples of solidarity from the Web
Last week, quarterback Derek Carr placed his right hand on defensive end Khalil Mack's left shoulder as a show of solidarity.
Calling themselves the High Ambition Coalition, leaders of the group walked into the final day of talks wearing coconut leaves on their lapels in solidarity with island nations.
Scott was one of hundreds who gathered Sunday to march down West Broadway to show solidarity for those injured and killed during a white supremacy rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend.
Across Connecticut local activist groups pulled together vigils and rallies in solidarity with Charlottesville.
And, for certain elements of Trump’s America, there is no better symbol of solidarity than attacking the very colleges that use admissions as a means of racial restitution.
Media outlets and prominent voices on police brutality and gun violence noted the organization's first statement about Castile was subdued and passive relative to their strident, clear statements in solidarity with law enforcement.
A formal attempt to restrict Kushner’s communications with his father-in-law surely won’t promote a stronger sense of solidarity or goodwill.
The Maccabiah Games is special because of the bonding of all Jewish athletes being in solidarity with Israel.
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Origin and Etymology of solidarity
First Known Use: 1841See Words from the same year
SOLIDARITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of solidarity for English Language Learners
: a feeling of unity between people who have the same interests, goals, etc.
legal Definition of solidarity
- will not presume solidarity
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