- to become solid.
- to form into crystals; become crystallized.
Origin of solidify
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Examples from the Web for solidified
Their solidified friendship is one of the most touching details of the premiere, but it also puts Branson in a tricky predicament.What Downton’s Fashion Really Means
January 2, 2015
The oldest surviving rocks on Earth and the Moon solidified after all this chaos.The Moon’s Been Lying About Its Age
Matthew R. Francis
June 15, 2014
While you were a congressman, you voted against an amendment that would have solidified net neutrality into law.Ron Paul Hits Reddit
The Daily Beast
August 22, 2013
The more time I spent around babies, the more it solidified that I did not want my own.Why I Choose to Be Child-Free: Readers Share Their Stories
February 27, 2013
Striking down Obamacare would have solidified this reputation.Your Guide to the Obamacare Showdown
June 26, 2012
He looked like a man who had heard some news which had first steadied and then solidified him.A List To Starboard
F. Hopkinson Smith
With this duplication, its national consciousness has as it were solidified.China, Japan and the U.S.A.
Her ambition had solidified into an unreasoning conscientiousness.The Job
Was it the solidified foam of the sea or the tears of the mermaid?The Birth of the Nation
Mrs. Roger A. Pryor
When the copper is solidified, but still red-hot, he forges it.
- to make or become solid or hard
- to make or become strong, united, determined, etc
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Word Origin and History for solidified
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