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    Solid

    Your answer is very solid.
    A solid essay.
    What does "solid" mean ?
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    Re: Solid

    It means well-reasoned, hard to argue with in these examples. An opposite expression is "full of holes", meaning ​having a lot of logical errors.
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    Re: Solid

    It may also mean well-structured.

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