having three dimensions (length, breadth, and thickness), as a geometrical body or figure.
of or relating to bodies or figures of three dimensions.
having the interior completely filled up, free from cavities, or not hollow: a solid piece of chocolate.
without openings or breaks: a solid wall.
firm, hard, or compact in substance: solid ground.
having relative firmness, coherence of particles, or persistence of form, as matter that is not liquid or gaseous: solid particles suspended in a liquid.
pertaining to such matter: Water in a solid state is ice.
dense, thick, or heavy in nature or appearance: solid masses of cloud.
not flimsy, slight, or light, as buildings, furniture, fabrics, or food; substantial.
of a substantial character; not superficial, trifling, or frivolous: a solid work of scientific scholarship.
without separation or division; continuous: a solid row of buildings.
whole or entire: one solid hour.
forming the whole; consisting entirely of one substance or material: solid gold.
uniform in tone or shades, as a color: a solid blue dress.
real or genuine: solid comfort.
sound or reliable, as reasons or arguments: solid facts.
sober-minded; fully reliable or sensible: a solid citizen.
financially sound or strong: Our company is solid.
cubic: A solid foot contains 1728 solid inches.
written without a hyphen, as a compound word.
having the lines not separated by leads, or having few open spaces, as type or printing.
thorough, vigorous, great, big, etc. (with emphatic force, often after good): a good solid blow.
firmly united or consolidated: a solid combination.
united or unanimous in opinion, policy, etc.
on a friendly, favorable, or advantageous footing (often preceded by in): He was in solid with her parents.
Slang. excellent, especially musically.