“Why do you think you can buy surplus Army equipment inside the bazaar,” one solider asked me.
As Winter solider concluded, S.H.I.E.L.D. had been disbanded, and the fate of its remaining “good” agents remained unclear.
solider terrible news for conservative is that consumer confidence is at a five-year high.
The first rule of an EOD solider is to try and stay in your vehicle, the heavy-metal womb that protects you from explosions.
Contact: Cell Phones for Soldiers, Any solider, Treats for Troops 11.
"My dear sir, the Rock of Gibraltar is no solider and no more permanent," said the Idiot.
And so, as I say, I found a solider fact of human nature than the love of coriandoli.
Yet Nature seldom evolves from any source a solider bit of man than this gallant Frenchman from the heart of France.
“My dear sir, the rock of Gibraltar is no solider and no more permanent,” said the Idiot.
Certainly no solider intellectual work has ever been achieved by man.
late 14c., "not empty or hollow," from Old French solide "firm, dense, compact," from Latin solidus "firm, whole, undivided, entire," figuratively "sound, trustworthy, genuine," from PIE *sol-ido-, suffixed form of root *sol- "whole" (cf. Greek holos "whole," Latin salus "health," salvus "safe;" see safe (adj.)).
Meaning "firm, hard, compact" is from 1530s. Meaning "entirely of the same stuff" is from 1710. Of qualities, "well-established, considerable" c.1600. As a mere intensifier, 1830. Slang sense of "wonderful, remarkable" first attested 1920 among jazz musicians. As an adverb, "solidly, completely," 1650s. Solid South in U.S. political history is attested from 1858. Solid state as a term in physics is recorded from 1953; meaning "employing solid transistors (as opposed to vacuum tubes)" is from 1959. Related: Solidly.
solid sol·id (sŏl'ĭd)
Of definite shape and volume; not liquid or gaseous.
Firm or compact in substance.
Having no internal cavity or hollow.
A solid substance, body, or tissue.
Food that is relatively firm in substance or that must be chewed before swallowing.
To persist doggedly: A little warning bell went off, but I soldiered on (1954+)