ADJ. international, national | class, community, family, group, social, (trade) union, working-class
VERB + SOLIDARITY feel | demonstrate, express, show | foster, promote
PREP. in ~ with Various other groups of workers went on strike in solidarity with the train drivers. | ~ against promoting union solidarity against management | ~ among/amongst/between The conflict fostered solidarity among Arab oil states. | ~ with Orwell expressed his solidarity with the miners in the book.
PHRASES a gesture of solidarity Catering staff staged a sit-down protest as a gesture of solidarity with the striking nurses. | a sense of solidarity The strike fostered a sense of solidarity among the workers.