But she then went on to describe a time when that solidarity failed to materialize.
In recent years, the single greatest factor leading me to solidarity with Israel has been the threat of a nuclear Iran.
Mainstream Jewish proponents of Israel such as AIPAC tend to stress alliance and solidarity with the United States.
Reporters were left to wonder whether it was some sort of signal, perhaps, or a sign of solidarity.
For all his newfound comfort with uncertainty, Schaeffer has yet to embrace the equally great virtue of solidarity.
Not even the solidarity of the yellow peoples is comparable in scope.
solidarity is replaced by competition, often fiercely adversarial.
Through commerce grows tolerance, and through tolerance, peace and solidarity.
This reveals the practical unity and solidarity of the human race.
Her announcement, communicated to her neighbour-republics, was received with a kind of demonstration of Latin-American solidarity.
1841, from French solidarité "communion of interests and responsibilities, mutual responsibility," a coinage of the "Encyclopédie" (1765), from solidaire "interdependent, complete, entire," from solide (see solid (adj.)). With a capital S-, the name of an independent trade union movement in Poland, formed September 1980, from Polish Solidarność.
A labor union in Poland, independent of the government and of the Polish Communist party, that grew to a membership of several million in the early 1980s. Led by Lech Walesa, Solidarity pushed for many reforms and played a major part in the ouster of communism in Poland and its replacement by a multiparty, democratic government. The movement's influence began to decline in the 1990s.