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stolid
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • There was a kind of faint convulsion in the stolid face.
  • He had the square, stolid, stubborn face of a tough freight engineer, rather than a company president; the face of a fighter, with a young, tanned skin and graying hair.
  • The owner turned impassively to fill her order; there was, in his stolid indifference, the kind of mercifulness that asks no questions.
  • He was a man in his fifties, with a square, stolid face.
  • It was the stolid Mr. Ward who screamed, "Oh God, no!

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  • She listened to both arguments thoughtfully, but with a face as stolid as a cow’s.
  • She has a stolid, humorless personality.

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