Definition of Stolidest

1. Adjective. (superlative of stolid) ¹



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Definition of Stolidest

1. stolid [adj] - See also: stolid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stolidest

stolas
stole
stole-fee
stole-fees
stole fee
stole fees
stoled
stolen
stolen base
stolen bases
stolen property
stoles
stolest
stolid
stolider
stolidest (current term)
stolidities
stolidity
stolidly
stolidness
stollen
stollens
stoln
stolon
stolonate
stolonic
stoloniferous
stolons
stolovaya
stolovayas

Literary usage of Stolidest

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1. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1854)
"... is speedily walking toward her—with a somewhat beating heart it must he confessed ; for the stolidest minds have instincts. She knew him and she liked ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1892)
"There be titles for you, would make the stolidest (and not over-squeamish) reader shout again with laughter. Perhaps the happiest of all English ..."

3. Six French Poets: Studies in Contemporary Literature by Amy Lowell (1915)
"... bird-seller's shops, full of parrots and other gay-plumaged, tropical birds, fit to rouse the imagination of the stolidest youngster that ever was born. ..."

4. The Age of Shakespeare (1579-1631) by Thomas Seccombe, John William Allen (1903)
"The stolidest natures must have been and were deeply roused by such a marvellous amplification of the habitable region. At this time, as at another, ..."

5. The Age of Shakespeare (1579-1631) by Thomas Seccombe (1903)
"The stolidest natures must have been and were deeply roused by such a marvellous amplification of the habitable region. At this time, as at another, ..."

6. Carlyle's Laugh, and Other Surprises by Thomas Wentworth Higginson (1909)
"The vein cannot thank the artery, but her solemn indebtedness to him, even the stolidest admit, and so of me who try, whose effort leaves no sound. ..."

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