We talk about the stolidity of the Teutonic race, but I have never yet seen here an unresponsive audience.
His manner, however, made no impression on Timmins's stolidity.
For example, is the stolidity of a group deepening, or does mental agility develop in the second and third generation?
Carew had resumed his mantle of stolidity, but he coloured a little at the question.
Lucien also, with his Republican stolidity, submitted without too much scruple to the idea of having a Bourbon King as son-in-law.
The stolidity of his face, on which the rain streamed, was far from reassuring me.
The mobility of his face recalled in nothing the stolidity of the German.
Was anything ever so provoking as the stolidity of an Irish servant.
There was nothing of the stolidity of "Punch" in either of them.
Franz is the first to relapse into indifference and stolidity.
1560s (implied in stolidity), from Middle French stolide (16c.), from Latin stolidus "insensible, dull, brutish," properly "unmovable," related to stultus "foolish," from PIE root *stel- "to put, stand" (see stall (n.1)).