- Antonyms of SOLID
dishonest, false, broken, flexible, fluid, gaseous, liquid, loose, slack, soft, thin, undependable, unreliable, untrustworthy, vaporous, weak, aeriform, aerosolised, aerosolized, airlike, airy, bad, banded, barred, bendable, bichrome, bicolored, brindled, broken, cannular, cavernous, characterless, checkered, chromatic, clear, colorful, dappled, debatable, deceitful, deep-set, dichromatic, diffident, dishonest, disloyal, disputable, diversified, dodgy, dotted, doubtful, droopy, dubious, effete, elastic, evaporated, faithless, fallacious, false, feeble, fickle, fishy, fistular, fistulate, fistulous, flabby, flaccid, flecked, flexible, flimsy, floppy, fluid, fragile, frail, frivolous, gaseous, gasified, gassy, groundless, hazardous, heterogeneous, heterogenous, hollow, illogical, implausible, inconstant, insecure, invalid, irrational, kaleidoscopic, lank, light, limp, linear, liquefiable, liquefied, liquid, liquifiable, liquified, listless, loose, lying, malleable, marbled, mendacious, misguided, motley, mottled, multicolored, nonrational, nonsensical, one-dimensional, parti-color, patterned, perfidious, permeable, piebald, pied, pinto, plaid, planar, pliable, pliant, polychromatic, polychrome, porous, problematic, questionable, rainbow, recessed, recreant, risky, runny, scattered, semiliquid, shaded, shady, shaky, slack, soft, specked, speckled, spineless, spiritless, spongy, spotted, squashy, squishy, streaked, striped, sunken, supple, suspect, thin, traitorous, treacherous, trichromatic, tricolor, tube-shaped, tubelike, tubular, two-dimensional, uncertain, unconfirmed, unconvincing, undependable, unfaithful, unfounded, uninformed, unjustified, unreasonable, unreliable, unrespectable, unsafe, unsound, unsubstantiated, unsupported, untried, untrue, untrustworthy, untruthful, unwarranted, unwholesome, vaporific, vaporish, vaporized, vaporous, vapourish, varicolored, varied, variegated, vasiform, volatilised, volatilized, watery, weak, weak-kneed, weakened, wimpy, wishy-washy, Doubtable, Misled, Skewbald, Unreasoned, Striated, nonvalid.
- Examples of usage:
- " What she wants," thought he, " is all the solid, sensible comfort her money can give her, and where she knows what she wants, she gets it; but the trouble seems to be that in most things she doesn't know what she wants!" - "Mrs. Cliff's Yacht" by Frank R. Stockton
- It's going to be a solid satisfaction. - "Aurora the Magnificent" by Gertrude Hall
- Never mind; I'll show it to you some other time- solid silver, you know. - "Clover" by Susan Coolidge