Origin of solidity
Examples from the Web for solidity
Edward, also an Empire orphan, born in Malaysia, could be the solidity she needs.
The weight and heft of a Bible, its solidity, itself implies eternity.
Darwin himself was a sound man with an established reputation for solidity and learning.Charles Darwin|Grant Allen
Mavick pulled through, though at an enormous cost, and with some diminution of the notion of his solidity.That Fortune|Charles Dudley Warner
Make the needle of wood, giving it enough thickness and solidity for the hands to be able to rest on it.Metapsychical Phenomena|J. Maxwell
The world, which had seemed a fixed picture or model, gained first perspective and then solidity and movement.Evolution in Modern Thought|Ernst Haeckel
The better class of silk fabrics are excellent both for solidity of texture and finish.A Visit to the Philippine Islands|John Bowring
late 14c., from Middle French solidité or directly from Latin soliditatem (nominative soliditas), from solidus (see solid (adj.)).