solid-looking

adjective
sol·id-look·ing | \ˌsä-ləd-ˈlu̇k-iŋ \

Definition of solid-looking 

: giving an impression of solid worth or substance solid-looking citizens

First Known Use of solid-looking

1840, in the meaning defined above

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