unsolid


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unsolid

(ʌnˈsɒlɪd)
adj
insubstantial; unsound
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The writing process takes two months of solid work and an extra month of unsolid work."
Reinterpreting a critical period in American history, The Unsolid South reshapes our understanding of the role of parties in democratic theory and sheds critical new light on electoral politics in authoritarian regimes.
The machine-like response of "blankness" suggests that her emotional state is as non-human, as abstract and unreal, as unsolid and ethereal and distant as a cloud in wind.
Jake Barnes comes to be the rounded protagonist who advises Robert Cohn, Frederick Henry runs deeply in the same pattern, whose unsolid and somewhat tormented decision are merely acts of his lack of experience and inability of dealing with the so-called harsher realities of life.
Her own unsolid hold on her identity and place in the world is mirrored in the fluidity of the water-filled landscape.