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Sentence count:36+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-07Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: adroitSimilar words: solidpistolcome to lifelidvalidslidetollvalidityMeaning: ['stɑlɪd /'stɒl-]  adj. having or revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited. 
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1. He's a very stolid, serious man.
2. He conceals his feelings behind a rather stolid manner.
3. Mark sat stolid and silent.
4. He glanced furtively at the stolid faces of the two detectives.
5. Zenobia, as stolid as an old and mighty warrior.
6. But the exit of his stolid and respected predecessor, William J.. Perry, provokes worry and doubt.
6. try its best to gather and create good sentences.
7. The drawbacks of this relationship are its stolid dullness and its tendency to focus power in a small circle of people.
8. Director Thor Steingraber displayed little more than stolid, but unambitious traffic-directing skills.
9. Gedge largely preferred late night debates to attending stolid committee meetings in upstairs pub rooms or pushing by-election leaflets through doors.
10. The stolid chugging, the intense revving of big diesels, the bass throb: it all signalled heavy machinery at work.
11. A stolid, red-faced clergyman without wit or humour, he contrived to make any and every subject dull.
12. Louis presents itself as a red brick city, stolid and low, with echoes of its heavy manufacturing past.
13. Sobakevitch was as stolid as ever.
14. They remained stolid and motionless.
15. People who expressed themselves roughly called her stolid.
16. Stolid, he looked me over through his sunglasses.
17. The captain remained stolid and determined.
18. He has a stolid make - up.
19. Her face showed nothing but stolid indifference.
20. They were so stolid.
21. But "Good Pope John, " a stolid career diplomat for the Vatican, surprised everyone by announcing a year later that he was convening the Second Vatican Council, a major event in church history.
22. His face was quite stolid, But he looked at her with restive eyes.
23. From the outside, its stolid grayness is more Soviet than Swiss.
24. Verbs are action words, much nicer than stolid, immovable nouns.
25. She felt more sympathy for Neil's sombrely stolid manner than she ever had before.
26. Might he surprise us yet with a daring belied by his stolid dullness?
27. For the second time Daley had misjudged the voter appeal of a seemingly bland, stolid, young lawyer named Richard Ogilvie.
28. I must have reached out to him, extended my hand, gave him a stolid smile.
29. Eliza got up and marched out of the room, with a stolid face.
30. Busy boasts chugscurry about the river - speed boat, stolid, snorting tugs.
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