Mark had been a resident of Larchmont for 17 years, and local folks thought of him as a solid citizen." In this sentence, the word solid probably means
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Solid could probably mean he is a good citizen. What would a good citizen be? Older? Heavy? Dependable? or Indestructible? If you need the definitions, I could provide them.
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Older and heavy doesn't matter in a good citizen. A citizen isn't indestructible. Indestructible means cannot be destroyed. Your answer would then be...?
You spot a small bird with bright yellow feathers on your back porch. Which one of the following books might be a good place to find out what kind of bird you've seen?
A. Bird Feeders for Fun
B. North American Birds Illustrated
C. How Geese Find Their Way
D. The Anatomy of Birds