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Synonyms for solid

Synonyms for solid

unyielding to pressure or force

based on good judgment, reasoning, or evidence

capable of being depended upon

being in or characterized by complete agreement

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the state in which a substance has no tendency to flow under moderate stress

characterized by good substantial quality

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of definite shape and volume

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entirely of one substance with no holes inside

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of one substance or character throughout

uninterrupted in space

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providing abundant nourishment

of good quality and condition

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not soft or yielding to pressure

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having three dimensions

impenetrable for the eye

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financially sound

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of a substantial character and not frivolous or superficial

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meriting respect or esteem

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of the same color throughout

acting together as a single undiversified whole

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But while the Solid South delivered big for Team Duterte, the long-standing Solid North, which Pinol had expected to swing red, was split two ways in favor of two other candidates: Region II voted overwhelmingly in favor of outgoing Vice President Jejomar Binay, who also led in Apayao, Abra and Kalinga.
The Saffers would have won the last one if not for some solid South African batting by England's Jonathan Trott and Kevin Pietersen.
Has solid South African dirt form and appears to relish Nad Al Sheba surface in his morning work.
Flapped and spilled a couple of crosses but was never left really exposed by solid South American defence in front.
Truman began a process of electoral change that remains central to present-day American politics: "The 1948 election foretold the end of the Solid South, at least of a South solid for the Democrats" (p.
In what is probably the most important chapter of the book, entitled "The Not-so Solid South," she presents the social contradictions of racist policies as they related to the South.
Accepting the central string of galleries, Behnisch chose to make a relatively open block fronting the square for the ceremonial and public parts, and a more solid south block to rear for the archives.
Conservatives, in contrast, were delighted by the prospect of a traditionalist and biblically oriented Christianity arising in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, the creation of what American politicians once termed a Solid South.
The Democratic establishment was once vigorous and powerful, encompassing not only Washington's Hill barons, party officials, and a large labor movement, but also the heads of various state and city Democratic organizations, ranging from the courthouse cliques of the Solid South to Richard J.
Just as Republicans used to concede the Solid South and try to overcome it in the North, making themselves vulnerable to cross-regional coalitions, they now concede the black vote (which is typically 90-95 percent Democratic) and must prevail by winning 60 percent or more of the white vote.
The Solid South [red in 2000] is unlikely to remain solid; some of the mountain and Midwestern states that are red are likely to go blue; and the blue states that Al Gore carried by small margins in 2000 are likely to get harder, not easier, for the Republicans to pick off.