Solidly

  • (adv): With strength and soundness.
    Example: "A solidly built house"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on solidly:

Catholic Probabilism - Status of The Question
... moralists lay down the general principle that an opinion is solidly probable which by reason of intrinsic or extrinsic arguments is able to gain the assent of many prudent men ... can have sufficient weight to make an opinion solidly probable but there is divergence of view in estimating what number of experts is able to give an opinion this solid ... to act on the less safe opinion if it is solidly probable, even though the safe view is certainly more probable ...
Catholic Probabilism - Status of The Question - Arguments For Probabilism - Internal Arguments
... But when there is a solidly probable opinion in favour of liberty, the law has not been sufficiently promulgated, since there has not been the requisite ... Hence when there is a solidly probable opinion in favour of liberty, the law is not a law in the full and strict sense, and does not impose any obligation (cf ... quiprobabilists reply that when there is a solidly probable opinion in favour of liberty, the law is probably not sufficiently promulgated, and the question remains ...
Vote Pairing - Mechanics
... Republicans were in a close race) would get matched with Bush supporters in solidly Democrat states (such as Massachusetts) ... Bush supporters in solidly Democratic states or as Buchanan supporters in swing states ... In the former situation (Democrats posing as Bush supporters in solidly Democrat states such as Massachusetts), all they could do is trick Buchanan ...
Taichung - Politics - Local Politics
... Unlike Taipei in the north, which is solidly in the Pan-Blue (pro-unification) political camp, and the southern cities of Kaohsiung and Tainan that are solidly Pan-Green (pro-independence), Taichung is far ... as it is in other cities, and is only negligible when one excludes Beitun District, which is solidly pro-Kuomintang ...

More definitions of "solidly":

  • (adv): As an undiversified whole.
    Example: "The unions voted solidly for Roosevelt"

Famous quotes containing the word solidly:

    Remember that whatever knowledge you do not solidly lay the foundation of before you are eighteen, you will never be master of while you breathe.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)