solidarize

[sol-i-duh-rahyz]

verb (used without object), sol·i·da·rized, sol·i·da·riz·ing.

to unite or come together; become solidified.

Nearby words

  1. solid-looking,
  2. solid-state,
  3. solid-state physics,
  4. solidago,
  5. solidarity,
  6. solidary,
  7. solidification,
  8. solidify,
  9. solidity,
  10. solidly

Also especially British, sol·i·da·rise.

Origin of solidarize

From the French word solidariser, dating back to 1885–90. See solidary, -ize

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