solidarity


solidarity
n.

1) to express; feel; show solidarity

2) solidarity with (to express one's solidarity with the protestors)

* * *
[ˌsɒlɪ'dærɪtɪ]
show solidarity
to express
solidaritywith (to express one's solidarity with the protesters)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
(of interests and responsibilities), (in whatever befalls), , , ,


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