Definition of Stolider

1. Adjective. (comparative of stolid) ¹



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Definition of Stolider

1. stolid [adj] - See also: stolid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stolider

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

Literary usage of Stolider

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1. The Bookman (1896)
"... various learning than most literary critics, he is nevertheless not a writer of many moods ; is much less inconsistent than others of stolider mien. ..."

2. Godey's Magazine by Louis Antoine Godey, Sarah Josepha Buell Hale (1896)
"The Austrians, and to a greater degree the Germans, are inclined to be stolider than the darker French, Spanish, and Italians, but we have imported so much ..."

3. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1894)
"Mr. Villiers was on the Board that day, and when Jos shambled in, looking all the stupider and stolider for his shyness, the Vicar said, "But you've got a ..."

4. Race Life of the Aryan Peoples by Joseph Pomeroy Widney (1907)
"Both were of the slower, stolider type; utterly unlike the sharp- witted, volatile, laughter-loving Ionian. For the Ionian was true ancestor of the Athenian ..."

5. Race Life of the Aryan Peoples by Joseph Pomeroy Widney (1907)
"Both were of the slower, stolider type; utterly unlike the sharp- witted, volatile, laughter-loving Ionian. For the Ionian was true ancestor of the Athenian ..."

6. Race Life of the Aryan Peoples by Joseph Pomeroy Widney (1907)
"Both were of the slower, stolider type; utterly unlike the sharp- witted, volatile, laughter-loving Ionian. For the Ionian was true ancestor of the Athenian ..."

7. The Tragedy of Dreyfus by George Warrington Steevens (1899)
"To the stolider Anglo-Saxon all this was mere mummery ; what they saw and detested was that Roget was obviously on the make. He was doing his utmost to ..."

8. The Tragedy of Dreyfus by George Warrington Steevens (1899)
"To the stolider Anglo-Saxon all this was mere mummery ; what they saw and detested was that Roget was obviously on the make. He was doing his utmost to ..."

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