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rock solid

Syllabification: rock sol·id

Definition of rock solid in English:

adjective

Unlikely to change, fail, or collapse: her love was rock solid
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  • The paintings are all frontal and straightforward, rock-solid and penetrating, yet have an ethereal quality.
  • Directed with a magnificent hand, shot expertly with beautiful cinematography, this is a wonderfully moving script, with incredible acting, and a rock-solid DVD presentation.
  • Based on the rock-solid foundation of a legend from a thousands-of-years-old oral tradition, this film has no problem meeting the standard for a good Arctic movie.

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