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Latin stolidus stupid stel- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Latin stolidus (“foolish, obtuse, slow").
His facial features suggested a stolid character.
He was by no means a handsome man but his facial features suggested a stolid character.
His rival 's stolid indifference put the lawyer out of countenance.
They are stolid, dependable people, and have more facial hair than anybody else.
What was it that so disturbed that normally rather stolid body of British opinion?
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