Synonyms and related words:
abidingness, aplomb, authenticity, authoritativeness, authority, balance, balanced personality, body, calculability, callosity, callousness, changelessness, closeness, cogency, combination, compactness, completeness, comprehensiveness, concreteness, congestedness, congestion, consistence, consistency, constancy, cool, credit standing, crowdedness, denseness, density, dependability, durability, durableness, duration, durity, endurance, entireness, entirety, equilibrium, exhaustiveness, faithworthiness, fastness, firmness, fixedness, flintiness, force, frozenness, fusion, gluiness, hardening, hardness, hardness of heart, homeostasis, identity, immobility, immobilization, immovability, immovableness, immutability, impenetrability, impermeability, imperturbability, imporosity, inclusiveness, incompressibility, individuality, indivisibility, induration, inertia, inextricability, inflexibility, intactness, integrality, integration, integrity, invariability, invariableness, inveteracy, invincibility, inviolability, irreducibility, irremovability, jammedness, justness, lastingness, long standing, mass, materiality, nerve, obduracy, omnipresence, oneness, organic unity, palpability, particularity, permanence, permanency, perpetualness, persistence, persistency, pervasiveness, ponderability, predictability, purity, quiescence, relative density, reliability, resistance, restiveness, rigidity, rootedness, sang-froid, secureness, security, selfsameness, simplicity, singleness, singularity, solidarity, solidification, solidness, solvency, soundness, specific gravity, spissitude, stability, stable equilibrium, stable state, standing, stasis, staunchness, steadfastness, steadiness, steady nerves, steady state, steeliness, stoniness, stoutness, strength, sturdiness, substance, substantiality, substantialness, tangibility, temper, thickness, thoroughness, torpor, totality, toughness, trustworthiness, ubiquity, unchangeability, unchangingness, undeflectability, undividedness, unerringness, unification, uniformity, unindebtedness, uniqueness, unity, universality, univocity, unmovability, unshakable nerves, unshakableness, unyieldingness, validity, vis inertiae, viscidity, viscosity, viscousness, weight, wholeness

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.


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