Adjective Definition

solid

1.Definition: acting together as a single undiversified whole

"A solid voting bloc"

Related Adjective(s):unanimous, whole


2.Definition: characterized by good substantial quality

"Solid comfort", "A solid base hit"


3.Definition: entirely of one substance with no holes inside

"A solid block of wood"


4.Definition: financially sound

"The bank is solid and will survive this attack"


5.Definition: having three dimensions

"A cube is a solid figure with six sides"


6.Definition: impenetrable for the eye

"Solid blackness"


7.Definition: meriting respect or esteem

Related Adjective(s):upstanding


8.Definition: not soft or yielding to pressure

"Solid ground"

Related Adjective(s):firm


9.Definition: of a substantial character and not frivolous or superficial

"Work of solid scholarship", "Based on solid facts"


10.Definition: of definite shape and volume; firm; neither liquid nor gaseous

"Ice is water in the solid state"


11.Definition: of good quality and condition; solidly built

"A solid foundation"

Related Adjective(s):strong, substantial


12.Definition: of one substance or character throughout

"Solid gold", "Carved out of solid rock"


13.Definition: of the same color throughout

"Solid color"


14.Definition: providing abundant nourishment

"Good solid food"

Related Adjective(s):hearty, satisfying, square, substantial


15.Definition: uninterrupted in space; having no gaps or breaks

"A solid line across the page", "Solid sheets of water"




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