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Adjective
Consisting of matter all through
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“This process would produce a substance that remained liquid when hot, and solid when cooled.”
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Without breaks, gaps or interruptions
“There was a long, solid line of people queuing up to buy tickets.”
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Consisting of the same substance throughout
“On her index finger was a ring of solid gold that was gifted to her from her grandmother.”
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Based on sound reasoning or information
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“He has come up with a solid theory as to how the events transpired as they did.”
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Of, characterized by, or consisting of (incontrovertible) facts
“Even solid evidence will not be sufficient to change the minds of the brainwashed.”
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Able to be depended or relied on
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“We have had a solid and mutually beneficial partnership for many years.”
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Upstanding, especially law-abiding
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“The success of our nation has been built on the backs of our solid citizens.”
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Firm, strong, or substantial
“The business was built on a solid foundation of market research and prudent financial investment.”
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Not showing weakness or uncertainty
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“His self-confidence would often manifest itself in his solid handshake.”
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Unanimous or undivided
“The party is hoping to rely on a solid bedrock of support from a decent percentage of the electorate.”
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Of good financial standing
“Sales are up, and our financials are looking solid.”
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Having or consisting of a single color
“Keltie wore a black and white polka-dot skirt with a solid black lace top at the awards ceremony.”
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In an undamaged state
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Containing the maximum possible amount of that which can fit in the space available
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Having an excess of body fat
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Possible to be treated as fact
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Denotes a constructive or productive feeling
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Having or demonstrating an unwavering devotion toward someone or something
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Large in magnitude or number
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Having or appearing to have length, breadth, and depth
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Given to exacting standards of discipline and self-restraint
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In a single unit, not having been cut or split
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Having unconditional and enthusiastic support
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(of a liquid) Having turned into ice as a result of extreme cold
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(typography) Of a kind of typeface having dark, heavy strokes, used especially for emphasis
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Suitable or moderately good
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Protected against discontinuance or change
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Reliable and unfailing
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In continuous succession
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Exhibiting passion and enthusiasm
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Grilled or barred
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Full of substance or interest
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Deserving of the highest esteem or admiration
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Very impressive or high in quality or standard
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Coming together to form a single unit
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Worthy of being remarked or noticed
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Done with or showing thought and attention
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Involving or characterized by scholarship
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Not able to be seen through
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Sedate, respectable, and unadventurous
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Rough
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Consisting of parts all of the same kind
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Consisting or full of rock or rocks
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(of an object or food) Free from moisture or liquid
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Highlighting the main points of a discussion
Noun
(informal) A kind or helpful deed
“Could you do me a solid and lend me your car for a week?”
Noun
(chemistry) A substance in the fundamental state of matter that retains its size and shape without the need of a container
“Scientists use a freezing point, or melting point, to measure the temperature at which a liquid turns into a solid.”
Noun
(geometry) A three-dimensional figure (as opposed to a surface, an area, or a curve)
“A solid in geometry is a three-dimensional figure.”
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One of the three fundamental structural phases of matter in which the cohesive force of matter is strong enough to keep the molecules or atoms in the given positions, restraining the thermal mobility
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A compact mass of a substance, especially one without a definite or regular shape
Adverb
Such as to render something solid
Adverb
Following one after the other without interruption
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