solid rocket

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Etymology[edit]

solid [fuel] + rocket.

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solid rocket (plural solid rockets)

  1. A rocket engine that uses a solid propellant that, when combusted, generates gases which are used for rocket propulsion.
  2. A rocket that uses such an engine

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