- characterized by or involving community of responsibilities and interests.
Origin of solidary
1810–20; < French solidaire, Middle French; see solid, -ary1
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Examples from the Web for solidary
Otherwise she would split up into many impotent states and be at the mercy of the solidary races adjoining her.Villa Elsa
- marked by unity of interests, responsibilities, etc
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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