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Definitions of SOLIDITY
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- 1871 - The Cabinet Dictionary of the English Language
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The state or quality of being solid; density; consistency, -- opposed to fluidity; compactness; fullness of matter, -- opposed to openness or hollowness; strength; soundness, -- opposed to weakness or instability; the primary quality or affection of matter by which its particles exclude or resist all others; hardness; massiveness.
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n. The state of being solid ; fulness of matter : not hollowness ;-not fluidity compactness ; hardness ; firmness; density ;-moral firmness ; intellectual strength : certainty ; truth ; validity ;-in physics, that property of matter by which it excludes all other bodies from the space which it occupies ; impenetrability ;-the solid contents of a body ; volume.
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