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Definition of "rock-solid" []

  • Very hard (adjective)
  • Extremely reliable (adjective)

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Use "rock-solid" in a sentence
  • "If you consider it a rock-solid fact that the descendant of a Jewish veteran could never feel reasonably distressed by the religious symbol in question, feel free to just move on."
  • "If you consider it a rock-solid fact that the descendant of a Jewish veteran could never feel reasonably distressed by the religious symbol in question,"
  • "It sounds like a pretty fargin rock-solid assumption to me."
  • "Moreover, when conduct is potentially in violation of both Federal and State law, there is no requirement that the government present a weak State law case to State Court when they have a rock-solid Federal one."
  • "True they were brainstorming around an already rock-solid concept."