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Solidness

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Noun

1. solid, solid state, solidness

the state in which a substance has no tendency to flow under moderate stress; resists forces (such as compression) that tend to deform it; and retains a definite size and shape

2. solidity, solidness

the consistency of a solid

3. solidness, substantiality, substantialness

the quality of being substantial or having substance

4. solidity, solidness

the quality of being solid and reliable financially or factually or morally

Example Sentences:
'the solidity of the evidence worked in his favor'
'the solidness of her faith gave her enduring hope'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Solidness

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adjective
1. 
of, concerned with, or being a substance in a physical state in which it resists changes in size and shape
Compare liquid (sense 1), gas (sense 1)
2. 
consisting of matter all through
3. 
of the same substance all through
solid rock
4. 
sound; proved or provable
solid facts
5. 
reliable or sensible; upstanding
a solid citizen
6. 
firm, strong, compact, or substantial
a solid table
solid ground
7. 
(of a meal or food) substantial
8. (often postpositive)
without interruption or respite; continuous
solid bombardment
9. 
financially sound or solvent
a solid institution
10. 
strongly linked or consolidated
a solid relationship
11. geometry
having or relating to three dimensions
a solid figure
solid geometry
12. 
(of a word composed of two or more other words or elements) written or printed as a single word without a hyphen
13. printing
with no space or leads between lines of type
14.  solid for
15. 
(of a writer, work, performance, etc) adequate; sensible
16. 
of or having a single uniform colour or tone
17. New Zealand informal
excessive; unreasonably strict
noun
18. geometry
a. 
a closed surface in three-dimensional space
b. 
such a surface together with the volume enclosed by it
19. 
a solid substance, such as wood, iron, or diamond
20. (plural)
solid food, as opposed to liquid

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Solidness

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adjective
1. 
tending to keep its form rather than to flow or spread out like a liquid or gas; relatively firm or compact
2. 
filled with matter throughout; not hollow
3. 
a. 
having the three dimensions of length, breadth, and thickness
prisms and other solid figures
b. 
dealing with bodies or figures in three dimensions
4. 
a. 
firm, strong, and dependable
a solid structure
b. 
substantial, sound, and reliable
solid reasoning
c. 
sturdy or vigorous
a solid build, a solid punch
5. 
serious; not superficial or trivial
solid scholarship
6. 
complete, thoroughgoing, or genuine
solid satisfaction
7. 
a. 
having no breaks or divisions
a solid line of fortifications
b. 
written or printed without a hyphen
a solid compound
8. 
characterized by no pauses or interruptions
to talk for a solid hour
9. 
a. 
of one or the same color, material, or consistency throughout
a solid walnut table
b. 
consisting of one unalloyed metal throughout; also, containing no more alloy than is necessary to insure hardness
said of gold, etc.
10.  US
characterized by or showing complete unity; unanimous
a solid vote
11. 
thick or dense in appearance or texture
a solid fog
12. 
firm or dependable
a solid friendship
13.  US, Informal
having a firmly favorable or good relationship
to be in solid with someone
14.  Informal
healthful and filling
a solid meal
15.  US, Slang
very good; excellent
a solid dance band
16.  Printing
set without spaces between the lines of type
noun
17. 
a substance that is solid, not a liquid or gas
18. 
an object or figure having or represented as having length, breadth, and thickness

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Solidness

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adj. sol·id·er, sol·id·est
1.
a. Of definite shape and volume; not liquid or gaseous: It was so cold the water in the bucket became solid.
b. Mathematics Of or relating to three-dimensional geometric figures or bodies.
c. Firm or compact in substance: The floor was solid and would not give way.
2.
a. Not hollowed out: a solid block of wood.
b. Being the same substance or color throughout: solid gold.
c. Having no gaps or breaks; continuous: a solid line of people; worked for a solid week.
d. Acting together; unanimous: a solid voting bloc.
e. Written without a hyphen or space. For example, the word software is a solid compound.
f. Printing Having no leads between the lines.
3.
a. Of good quality: off to a solid start.
b. Substantial; hearty: a solid meal.
c. Sound; reliable: solid facts.
d. Financially sound: a solid business.
e. Upstanding or dependable: a solid citizen.
f. Slang Excellent; first-rate.
n.
1. A substance having a definite shape and volume; one that is neither liquid nor gaseous.
2. Mathematics A geometric figure having three dimensions.
adv.
1. Without a break or opening; completely or continuously: The theater was booked solid for a month.
2. As a whole; unanimously: The committee voted solid for the challenger.

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