stolidness


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What if we've strayed from the stolidness of our own door?
Over-reliance on the passive voice and an annoying penchant for block quotations add to the book's air of stolidness.
She'd been a delicate 6lb 3oz baby; but now she seemed to be heavier than other kids her age; she had a sort of stolidness, a gravity, and there were still dimples on the backs of her hands and you had no sense of any bone structure, just this plump fleshiness.