Definition of Solidities

1. Noun. (plural of solidity) ¹



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Definition of Solidities

1. solidity [n] - See also: solidity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Solidities

solidifiable
solidification
solidifications
solidified
solidifier
solidifiers
solidifies
solidify
solidifying
solidish
solidism
solidisms
solidist
solidistic
solidists
solidities (current term)
solidity
solidlike
solidly
solidness
solidnesses
solids
solidum
solidums
solidungula
solidungular
solidungulate
solidungulous
solidus
soliferrum

Literary usage of Solidities

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1. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"The glyceride when first I formed is liquid, but on exposure to light I gradually solidities. ... solidities ..."

2. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1869)
"... in palo- yellow prisms, easily melting to a black liquid, which solidities to a brown-yellow mass still soluble in water. In contact with the air, ..."

3. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"By the application of this elegant principle, the areas and solidities of many surfaces and bodies, which may be conceived to be generated either by direct ..."

4. Methods for the Computation from Diagrams of Preliminary and Final Estimates by Arthur Mellen Wellington (1875)
"I. — Computation of End-Area solidities, for " Three-Level" Sections. 14. THE field-notes give the following data: The centre height, the distance out from ..."

5. Methods for the Computation from Diagrams of Preliminary and Final Estimates by Arthur Mellen Wellington (1893)
"I. — Computation of End-Area solidities, for " Three-Level" Sections, 14. THE field-notes give the following data: The centre height, the distance out from ..."

6. Rainey's Improved Abacus: An Explanatory Treatise on the Theory and Practice by Thomas Rainey (1849)
"Ans. Lines are to each other as their linear extent: Areas are to each other as their squares: and solidities are to each ..."

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