consisting of matter all througha tunnel carved through 50ft of solid rock
firm, strong, or substantialI 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.
of the same substance all throughThe taps appeared to be made of solid gold.
without interruptiona solid line
law-abiding and respectablea good, solid member of the community
She was efficient and reliable.
dependable, , , , ,
He was a good friend and a dependable companion.
worthy, , , ,
worthy members of the community
a trusty member of the crew
proved or provableSome 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.
strongly united or establishedan attempt to build a solid international coalition
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in the sense of compact
closely packed togethera thick, bare trunk crowned by a compact mass of dark-green leaves
in the sense of dense
thickly crowded or closely packeda large, dense forest
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