from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A union of interests, purposes, or sympathies among members of a group; fellowship of responsibilities and interests: "A downtrodden class ... will never be able to make an effective protest until it achieves solidarity” ( H.G. Wells).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A bond of unity between individuals, united around a common goal or against a common enemy, such as the unifying principle that defines the labor movement.
- n. Willingness to give psychological and/or material support when another person is in a difficult position or needs affection.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An entire union or consolidation of interests and responsibilities; fellowship; community.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Mutual responsibility existing between two or more persons; communion of interests and responsibilities.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a union of interests or purposes or sympathies among members of a group
As the remaining dedicated participants continue to fight for the survival of the movement, now, more than ever, the term solidarity is ever-present in the forefront of all of our minds.
But the power and faith and good will of that crowd, and all of us watching in solidarity, is what is transforming this country.
Accompanied by a group of officials from his government, Kiir paid tribute to what he described as the solidarity between the African-American caucus and the people of South Sudan.
Forman said that the SWU emphasizes what it calls solidarity unionism—that is, the idea that workers are most powerful where the bosses need us most: on the shop floor.
Charlie Hebdo, long known for its rabidly anti-clerical and anti-establishment bent, republished many of those cartoons in what it called solidarity in the face of threats to free expression.
Hours later, Venezuela's president, in what he called a solidarity move, ordered the U.S. ambassador in Caracas to leave the country.
This example of "solidarity" is more evidence of collusion between the Vatican and Brussels, yet more indications that the EU is a Catholic plot.
We said, 'Because we are in solidarity with Russ and if you call him a Hog, you have to call us all Hogs.'
The night before he was assassinated, King was standing in solidarity with the sanitation workers in Memphis, Tennessee.
I would like to thank to those of my co-bloggers who have accepted me as the human being I really am; and who have demonstrated their willingness and ability to work in solidarity with me.