Definition of stolidness in English:

stolidness

noun

See stolid

  • ‘In the lead, the muscled-up actor has never looked better, and even his stolidness works here because it gives her something to play off, to tease.’
  • ‘He is as fine as stolid gets - way ahead of a perennial favorite like Spencer Tracy - and his stolidness may be why he's now a general-purpose star.’
  • ‘If we simply want the clarity without the alterity and possibility of deferral, our writing fixes into stolidness and cliché, and even a sense of constriction, while also limiting the reader's response and imagination.’
  • ‘Stolidness is in power (stolidness is power).’
  • ‘But as the teams endured sweltering training camps last month, they were studies in stolidness.’

Pronunciation

stolidness

/ˈstɒlɪdnəs/