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- The state or quality of being solid.
- 1739, David Hume, “Book 1, part 4, section 4”, in Treatise of Human Nature:
- If colours, sounds, tastes, and smells be merely perceptions, nothing we can conceive is possest of a real, continu'd, and independent existence; not even motion, extension and solidity, which are the primary qualities chiefly insisted on.
- Moral firmness; validity; truth; certainty.
- (geometry) The solid contents of a body; volume; amount of enclosed space.
(state of being solid): (depending on the meaning of solid)
(sense of being solid):
the state or quality of being solid