Translation of stolid in Spanish:


impasible, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈstɑləd//ˈstɒlɪd/


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    • I remember her as being a rather slow, stolid girl.
    • If you want a symbol of Britishness, look no further than the stolid calm that came over London last Thursday.
    • To British ears, your claim not to read polls sounds like stolid indifference to public opinion, not moral strength and political courage.
    • It is as if our stolid church hymns have been put through a magical transformation and sent back to us full of life, spirit and human feeling.
    • It used to be stolid and ‘small c’ conservative, though I've suspected it of more recently indulging in trendy left-wingery.
    • There is scant enthusiasm for a real leader; they seem stolid, harrumphing about white papers.
    • The man sitting to her left with the black ooze dripping from his pores was quite intimidating with his stolid, emotionless face.
    • But then I realized I actually agree with the sentiment, if not the stolid expression of it.
    • After an initial consensus that it was daring and different, a new consensus emerged that it was stolid and indifferent.
    • Those Romans' stolid inclination towards straight lines meant that if a topographical outcrop loomed in their way, they simply built up and over it.
    • Most intriguing, though, is that phalanx of stolid men in colourless suits forever behind and beside him.
    • She evinces a stolid seriousness way beyond her youthful appearance.
    • Only the most stolid of Republicans came out to vote, and they voted for the most stolid Republican.
    • You may know that behind the stolid face of the busboy, foodworker and hotel maid there's a story.
    • The loss of nearly a generation of their children in the concentration camps numbed rural Afrikaners into a stolid hatred of British authority.
    • He was as solid as his father and as stolid as his uncle: an opening bat who could bowl a useful off-break.
    • Devotees of classical music don't ordinarily associate the American south with the more stolid traditions of European art forms.
    • The only characters who still appear to be true to life are his stolid parents, worried that their son's broken marriage will affect their standing in society.
    • Once considered a caretaker, the stolid former Air Force commander has lasted in office nearly a quarter of a century.
    • There are some who believe it is incumbent on golfers to also act as entertainers, and who despair of the South African's stolid approach to his business.