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solid

sol·id

solid

 
 
pronunciation:
sa lihd
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: having a firm shape or form that can be measured in length, width, and height; not like a liquid or a gas.
Cement becomes solid when it dries.
synonyms:
cubic
similar words:
physical
definition 2: not hollow.
A solid iron bar is very heavy.
antonyms:
hollow
definition 3: made entirely of a single material or thing.
The statue was solid silver.
synonyms:
pure
similar words:
entire, real, whole
definition 4: without a break; continuous.
Our house is lined by a solid row of trees.
synonyms:
continuous
similar words:
constant, endless, steady, successive
definition 5: sturdy; strong.
The masons built a solid wall out of brick.
synonyms:
firm, stable, strong, sturdy
antonyms:
flimsy, shaky
similar words:
durable, lasting, permanent, rugged, safe, sound, steady, stout, tough
definition 6: uniform in color or some other trait.
Her dress is solid blue.
synonyms:
uniform
similar words:
constant, deep, pure
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a figure in geometry or some other object that has length, width, and height.
A cube is a solid.
definition 2: any thing or material that is neither a liquid nor a gas.
Wood and steel are solids.
derivations: solidly (adv.), solidness (n.)
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