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- Not solid.
- 1690, John Locke, An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding, Volume I.:
- By this idea of solidity is the extension of body distinguished from the extension of space:--the extension of body being nothing but the cohesion or continuity of solid, separable, movable parts; and the extension of space, the continuity of unsolid, inseparable, and immovable parts.
- 1921, Theodore Graebner, Evolution:
- And equally unsolid is the argument that from a principle of gradation in races would reduce a principle of progress in races.