Synonyms of 'solid'
1 firmDictionary, hard, compact
a tunnel carved through 50ft of solid rock
2 strongDictionary, stable, sturdy
I stared up at the square, solid house.
Around its summit, a strong wall had been built.
This structure must be stable.
The camera was mounted on a sturdy tripod.
a perfectly sound building
those fortunate enough to have a fairly substantial property to sell
Fine bone china is strong and durable.
The suspect is well built, of medium height, and with dark hair.
3 pureDictionary, unalloyed, unmixed
The taps appeared to be made of solid gold.
4 continuousDictionary, unbroken, uninterrupted
a solid line
5 reliableDictionary, decent, dependable
a good, solid member of the community
She was efficient and reliable.
He was a good friend and a dependable companion.
worthy members of the community
a trusty member of the crew
6 soundDictionary, real, reliable
Some solid evidence was what was required.
a sound financial proposition
No, it wasn't a dream. It was real.
There is no reliable evidence.
She's been a good friend to me over the years.
She is a very caring and genuine person.
dinkum (Australian , New Zealand , informal)
He was a fair dinkum bloke with no pretensions.
7 firmDictionary, united, unanimous
an attempt to build a solid international coalition
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a thick, bare trunk crowned by a compact mass of dark-green leaves
A continuous process or event continues for a period of time without stopping.
Residents reported that they heard continuous gunfire.
Thesaurus for solid from the Collins English Thesaurus
A solid substance or object stays the same shape whether it is in a container or not.