Definition of Solid ground
1. Noun. The solid part of the earth's surface. "He dropped the logs on the ground"
Generic synonyms: Object, Physical Object
Specialized synonyms: America
Specialized synonyms: Archipelago, Beachfront, Cape, Ness, Coastal Plain, Floor, Foreland, Forest, Timber, Timberland, Woodland, Island, Isthmus, Land Mass, Landmass, Mainland, Neck, Oxbow, Peninsula, Champaign, Field, Plain, Slash, Wonderland
Group relationships: Earth, Globe, World
Derivative terms: Earth, Ground, Ground, Ground, Ground, Ground, Ground, Land, Land, Land, Land, Land
Lexicographical Neighbors of Solid Ground
Literary usage of Solid ground
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1868)
"natural and the moat solid ground for the new conviction of His Deity in minds that have yet to learn the Christian alphabet, and which strengthens and ..."
2. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1869)
"... to the solid ground of specie payments, to which we must return sooner or later. If Congress shall, early in the approaching session, authorise the ..."
3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1799)
"... or would be followed, we should advise those writers who employ their pens in support of Christianity and its evidences, to stand only on solid ground; ..."
4. Chambers's encyclopædia by Chambers W. and R., ltd (1874)
"It ought, if possible, to bo placed on the solid ground ; and if it can be cut through solid rock, that is best, and saves a great expense for masonry. ..."