characterized by or involving community of responsibilities and interests.

Origin of solidary

1810–20; < French solidaire, Middle French; see solid, -ary1
Related formssol·i·dar·i·ly, adverb Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for solidary

Historical Examples of solidary

  • Otherwise she would split up into many impotent states and be at the mercy of the solidary races adjoining her.

    Villa Elsa

    Stuart Henry

British Dictionary definitions for solidary



marked by unity of interests, responsibilities, etc

Word Origin for solidary

C19: from French solidaire, from solide solid
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Word Origin and History for solidary

1818, from French solidaire (16c.), from solide (see solid (adj.)).

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