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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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His voice trailed off into a silence that lasted solidly for many minutes, like the long silence below when the theft had been committed.
We followed her till we came to a narrow portal solidly arched that looked like the opening of a gallery of a mine.
The terrier whimpered and backed solidly against Captain Duncan's legs, but Michael, with a slow bob of tail and unbelligerent ears, advanced to him, looked up to Steward to make sure, then sniffed his late antagonist, and even ran out his tongue in a caress to the side of the other's ear.
If not, the meat freezes so solidly as to turn the edge of the sharpest knife, and a three-hundred-pound bear, frozen stiff, is no easy thing to put upon a sled and haul over the rough ice.
I am planted too solidly and stolidly upon the earth.
Homer has never yet been printed in English, nor AEschylus, nor Virgil even -- works as refined, as solidly done, and as beautiful almost as the morning itself; for later writers, say what we will of their genius, have rarely, if ever, equalled the elaborate beauty and finish and the lifelong and heroic literary labors of the ancients.
Gallup's analysis of political party affiliation at the state level in 2015 finds that 20 states are solidly Republican or leaning Republican, compared with 14 solidly Democratic or leaning Democratic states.
Summary: US consumer spending rose solidly in September as households stepped up purchases on automobiles and a range of other goods, setting up a firmer base for consumption this quarter.
sol*id*ly adverb <The logs fitted solidly together at the corners.
It's solidly established that a moving-away object (ball, rabbit, child) can prompt predatory behavior (dog chases).
To sit solidly on a bench or chair, the body must be supported by the sit bones, which are the small "rockers" at the bottom of the pelvis.
A solidly helpful book for improving one's quality of life, highly recommended.
Diversity policies are most successful when they are solidly integrated throughout the organization, with executive leadership, ongoing training and support and accountability as the vehicles.
That's what I did: On the outside, I utilized the ultimate driving machine's famous suspension to take the road as solidly as if I were on rails.