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solidity

[ suh-lid-i-tee ]
/ səˈlɪd ɪ ti /
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noun
the state, property, or quality of being solid.
firmness and strength; substantialness: an argument with little solidity.
strength of mind, character, finances, etc.
Obsolete. the amount of space occupied by a solid body; volume.
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Origin of solidity

1525–35; <Latin soliditās, equivalent to solid(us) solid + -itās-ity

OTHER WORDS FROM solidity

un·so·lid·i·ty, noun
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