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solid

 [sol´id]
1. not fluid or gaseous; not hollow.
2. a substance or tissue not fluid or gaseous.

sol·id

(sol'id),
1. Firm; compact; not fluid; without interstices or cavities; not cancellous.
2. A body that retains its form when not confined; one that is not fluid, neither liquid nor gaseous.
[L. solidus]

solid

[sol′id]
Etymology: L, solidus
1 n, a dense body, figure, structure, or substance that has length, breadth, and thickness, is not a liquid or a gas, contains no significant cavity or hollowness, and has no breaks or openings on its surface.
2 adj, describing such a body, figure, structure, or substance.

solid

Physics
adjective Referring to a substance that is not liquid or gas.
 
noun A substance, material or object that is not a liquid or gas.

sol·id

(sol'id)
1. Firm; compact; not fluid; without interstices or cavities; not cancellous.
2. A body that retains its form when not confined; one that is not fluid, neither liquid nor gaseous.
[L. solidus]

solid

1. not fluid or gaseous; not hollow.
2. a substance or tissue not fluid or gaseous.

solid color
said of animal haircoats; the same color all over the animal.
References in classic literature ?
Whereat the unfortunate Minor Canon would look, in part indignant and in part perplexed; while his worthy mother sat bridling, with tears in her eyes, and the remainder of the party lapsed into a sort of gelatinous state, in which there was no flavour or solidity, and very little resistance.
John Willet, who appeared to consider himself particularly and chiefly referred to under the term wise men, looked that way likewise, and with great solidity of feature.
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The Argentinian said: "I think the team of late has been playing better but it has been lacking defensive solidity.
But Pochettino said: "I can't really comment on something that has no solidity to it.
Tenders are invited for Supply of 120kv, 100kva (Discharge Class-iii) rated metal oxide gapless lighting Arrestors to be used on a normal voltage of 132KV and maximum voltage of 145KV for an MOCV of 95KV(RMS) with solidity earthed neutral system comprising of metal oxide elements, hermitically sealed in porcelain container having pressure reliving arrangement at both ends with a line terminal connector (Made of Al.
Jassim Al-Khulaifi expressed sincere thanks and gratitude to HRH Premier for his noble feelings, which, he said, affirms the solidity of the Bahraini-Qatari relations.
Summary: International investment bank HSBC said that Lebanon's financial solidity remained intact despite the deepening conflict in Syria.
The concrete blocks are made in the laboratory of the construction site as concrete solidity samples for respective parts of the bridge infrastructure, explained a statement of Spanish construction company FCC, which has been building Danube Bridge 2.
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