pagkakaisa, kaisahan, katatagan, katibayan, tatag, tibay
Noun(1) a union of interests or purposes or sympathies among members of a group
(1) We are expecting these two countries to show their solidarity .(2) It is a ritual with which your correspondent hastened to express solidarity .(3) Other trade unionists, particularly in the north of England, should flood the strikers with solidarity .(4) In the early 1990s, demagogues took multiculturalism to terrible extremes, killing hundreds of thousands of people in the name of ethnic solidarity .(5) It was not hard to declare your solidarity for the Chileans.(6) Such solidarity has now turned to support of world action to root out terror.(7) factory workers voiced solidarity with the striking students(8) On returning to the class which had begun the walkout, Sebastian showed the students the same solidarity they had shown him.(9) More than 400 other prison inmates joined them on June 20 in solidarity .(10) Above all, it has damaged the drive to build solidarity .(11) During this same half decade, the UN declared its first international day of solidarity with the Palestinian people.
(1) solidarity :: pagkakaisa
1. unanimity ::
2. unity ::
3. like-mindedness ::
4. agreement ::
5. accord ::
6. harmony ::
7. consensus ::
8. concurrence ::
10. cohesion ::
11. fraternity ::
12. mutual support ::
13. concord ::
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