Definition for solidify

verb as in harden

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It has solidified things maybe, but I don’t see any major shift.

Brady, 43, in his first season outside New England in his two-decade career, helped solidify his legacy as perhaps the greatest quarterback of all time.

That setup is analogous to how rocky planets formed their initial atmospheres after they solidified billions of years ago.

Not to mention that someone who has been researching a topic and ran across your company name mentioned multiple times on industry-specific websites starts to solidify that brand recognition everyone is always talking about.

Hyman’s team found that when they made droplets of mutated FUS proteins in vitro, after only about eight hours the droplets solidified into what he calls “horrible aggregates.”

We employ inventory management to help solidify their property and make sure they have a better record of their possessions.

His observations of the many varieties of Finch birds in the Galapagos Island led him to solidify his theory of natural selection.

Throughout the 1990s, advances in chemistry led the materials solidify more quickly, thus making 3D printing more useful.

The feet were then firmly bandaged, allowing the binding to solidify.

According to HRW, it dispatched 20,000 officials to monitor them under the slogan “Solidify the Foundations, Benefit the Masses.”

In three years Mr. Pembroke had done much to solidify the day-boys at Sawston School.

The hocks contain considerable gelatine, so they are used for dishes that solidify, or become firm, after they are made.

It is especially delicious in warm weather, but plenty of time must be allowed for it to solidify.

After the gelatine has started to solidify, beat the whipped cream and the grated pineapple into it.

To prepare it in this manner, pour the gelatine mixture into stemmed glasses and allow it to solidify.


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to solidify, such as: cement, crystallize, stiffen, strengthen, amalgamate, and anneal.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.