liquid vs solid
- existing as or having characteristics of a liquid; especially tending to flow
- clear and bright
- filled or brimming with tears
- changed from a solid to a liquid state
- smooth and unconstrained in movement
- a frictionless continuant that is not a nasal consonant (especially `l' and `r')
- fluid matter having no fixed shape but a fixed volume
- a substance that is liquid at room temperature and pressure
- the state in which a substance exhibits a characteristic readiness to flow with little or no tendency to disperse and relatively high incompressibility
By adding the chlorides of strontian, uranium, potassium, sodium, iron, or copper to the liquid, various effects may be produced, and these bodies will be found to produce the same color on the plate that their flame gives to alcohol.
He and Barton were now called upon for their names, and in return, we were favoured with the liquid and vowelly appellatives, by which our ingenuous and communicative acquaintances were respectively designated.
Italian is rich in broad open vowels and liquid consonants.
- financially sound
- impenetrable for the eye
- having three dimensions
- providing abundant nourishment
- of definite shape and volume; firm; neither liquid nor gaseous
- a three-dimensional shape
- the state in which a substance has no tendency to flow under moderate stress; resists forces (such as compression) that tend to deform it; and retains a definite size and shape
- matter that is solid at room temperature and pressure
The main component of the Earth's field – which defines the magnetic poles – is a dipole generated by the convection of molten nickel-iron in the outer core the inner core is solid, so its role is secondary; remember that the Earth's core is well above the Curie temperature, so the iron is not ferromagnetic.
She had refused all solid food.
The fact that your name adorned a jet over the skies over Afghanistan solidifies the bond all of us in the military share with the American people.