Definition of solidity in English:

solidity

Line breaks: so¦lid|ity
Pronunciation: /səˈlɪdɪti
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1The quality or state of being firm or strong in structure: the sheer strength and solidity of Romanesque architecture
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  • The architects are confident that this structural solidity will not compromise floor layout flexibility.
  • The rich tea biscuit is the right diameter but lacks a certain structural solidity for dunking.
  • The stair is elegantly made, a light filigree of steel rod and plates that contrasts with the heavy mass concrete solidity of the vault.
1.1The quality of being reliable in character: he exuded an aura of reassuring solidity
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  • First, security is the state or condition of tranquility, solidity, reliability and freedom from danger or risk.
  • But coming from Jol the words are backed by deeds, and by a solidity of both character and purpose.
  • Does she miss the solidity of roles and characters that actresses enjoyed once upon a time?

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