Definition of solidity
1 : the quality or state of being solid
2 : something solid
Examples of solidity in a Sentence
The solidity of his convictions impressed us.
the solidity of his word is such that I don't need a written contract—or anything else
Recent Examples of solidity from the Web
Even so, as Trump again showed his willingness to overthrow tradition, treaties and advice on Thursday, worries over the solidity of U.S. commitment to allies across the region are likely to grow.
Here the devil (or was that the angel?) clearly was in the details — particularly the craggy majesty of the five horns, the solidity of rhythm, the play of light and air in Brahms' textures.
Two related acrylic monoprints likewise combine the compositional solidity generally associated with prints and the looser qualities associated with paint.
As embodied in a wide-ranging and masterly performance by Janie Dee, Linda is a figure of immense authority and charismatic solidity.
But Ken has reached that dangerous age (the script puts it at 59) when solidity suddenly looks like sham.
Philipp (who seems fond of rattling greenhorn visitors) informs me in midstream that, despite its apparent solidity, this particular ice bridge is highly elastic.
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Definition of solidity for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of being solid
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