What is another word for solid?

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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
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“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, or displaying, common sense
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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
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“The business was built on a solid foundation of market research and prudent financial investment.”
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Able to withstand strain or hardship
“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 only one 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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Able to withstand strain or hardship
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Having a surfeit 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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Impossible to penetrate
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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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Strict or exacting in standards
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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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(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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Made certain and 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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Having turned into ice as a result of extreme cold
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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