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solidly

adverb as in fast

Strongest matches

Strong match

adverb as in hard

Strongest matches

Strong match

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Example Sentences

Among the 12 seats that Republicans took from the Democrats, half were located in solidly suburban areas.

Though never handsome, Spahn was a strong solidly built man in his youth with a plain yet personable manner.

But in solidly Democratic Oregon, the political fallout from this revelation is likely to be limited.

CEO Mark Thompson, a solidly-built, 6-foot-2 import from the BBC.

With the Iron Curtain solidly drawn around it, Estonia was struggling to make tourism ends meet in the decades after World War II.

For the rest, it was well and solidly furnished, very clean and orderly, but withal a little formal.

The six final votes had been cast—and cast solidly against Scattergood's bill.

The women of the Methodist Church, finding a real field of activity, stood behind her solidly.

To his surprise, he found that the mud on the bottom was solidly frozen, and the water was nowhere more than two feet deep.

Hills first letter goes solidly for the conclusion that an author, a man of genius, wrote the book.

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On this page you'll find 170 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to solidly, such as: absolutely, altogether, comprehensively, effectively, entirely, and finally.

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

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