Synonyms for stolid
Antonyms for stolid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STOLID
A box of candy against a good cigar, they are a stolid married couple.
But if stolid, Timmins had his fair share of a certain slow pugnacity.
How stolid they were and how matter of fact and how sensible.
Hiram said not a word, but he sat looking at the other in stolid silence.
Eccles faced him unwillingly, with a stolid front but shifty eyes.
"Emigrants have no rights, Evremonde," was the stolid reply.
On the first day of this labor parliament, up rose a stolid Pole.
The contemplation of this stolid ignorance—that yet knew how much?
He was rather a stolid fat boy, and he was sitting on the very edge, fishing.
It was not quick to move or easily excited; but stolid, cautious, unambitious, procrastinating.
1560s (implied in stolidity), from Middle French stolide (16c.), from Latin stolidus "insensible, dull, brutish," properly "unmovable," related to stultus "foolish," from PIE root *stel- "to put, stand" (see stall (n.1)).