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Another word for concrete

  1. Having verifiable existence

      1. That can be understood; definite; objective
      2. That can be touched or felt by touch; having actual form and substance
      3. Possible to be treated as fact; real or concrete:
      1. (Grammar) Expressing or designating existence; for example, the verb to be.
      2. Becoming fixed without the use of a mordant
      3. Not imaginary; actual; real.
      1. Having good substance; strong; stout; solid; firm; as, substantial cloth; a substantial fence or wall.
      2. Belonging to substance; actually existing; real; as, substantial life.
      3. True or real; not imaginary.
      1. Being no less than what is stated; worthy of the name:
      2. Free of pretense, falsehood, or affectation:
      3. Genuine and authentic; not artificial or spurious:
      1. Determined by and emphasizing the features and characteristics of the object, or thing dealt with, rather than the thoughts and feelings of the artist, writer, or speaker
      2. Uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices:
      3. Existing independent of or external to the mind; actual or real:
  2. Composed of or relating to things that occupy space and can be perceived by the senses

      1. Possible to be treated as fact; real or concrete:
      2. (Law) Relating to or being property of a physical nature, such as land, objects, and goods.
      3. Exhibiting physical, touchable form; capable of being perceived by sight and by touch.
      1. Belonging to substance; actually existing; real; as, substantial life.
      2. With regard to essential elements; in substance
      3. Of, relating to, or having substance; material.
      1. Having senses; capable of receiving sensation; sensitive
      2. Easily perceived or noticed; marked; striking; appreciable
      3. That can cause physical sensation; perceptible to the senses
      1. Of nature and all matter; natural; material
      2. Having a physiological basis or origin:
      3. Of or relating to material things:
      1. Of or constituting a phenomenon or phenomena
      2. (Sciences) Perceptible by the senses through immediate experience.
      3. Extremely unusual; extraordinary; highly remarkable
      1. Determined by and emphasizing the features and characteristics of the object, or thing dealt with, rather than the thoughts and feelings of the artist, writer, or speaker
      2. (Medicine) Relating to or being an indicator of disease, such as a physical sign, laboratory test, or x-ray that can be observed or verified by someone other than the person being evaluated.
      3. Of or relating to a material object, actual existence or reality.
      1. Of or concerned with the physical as distinct from the intellectual or spiritual:
      2. Of, relating to, or affecting physical well-being; bodily:
      3. Being both relevant and consequential; crucial:
      1. Of a material nature; tangible:
      2. Of, for, or having the nature of, the body; physical; bodily; not spiritual
      3. Of a material nature; perceptible by the senses; tangible
  1. To bring or come together into a united whole

      1. To join in marriage
      2. To become joined.
      3. To join together; link
      1. To unite closely:
      2. To perform the marriage ceremony for; join in matrimony.
      3. To perform the marriage ceremony for; to join in matrimony.
      1. To become combined or joined together; become one or as one, by adhering, associating, etc.
      2. To bring together in common cause, interest, opinion, etc.; join, as in action, through fellowship, agreement, legal bonds, etc.
      3. To join (a couple) in marriage.
      1. To make into or become a unit; consolidate.
      2. To combine into one; become or make united; consolidate
      1. To blend; merge; unite
      2. To become merged.
      3. (Card Games) To make known, for a score, that one holds (a card or combination of cards), esp. by putting them face up on the table
      1. To get married; take a spouse
      2. To take as a spouse:
      3. To join as spouses; unite in wedlock
      1. To connect, relate, or associate:
      2. To join together with or as with a link or links
      3. To be or become joined together physically:
      1. To come into the company of:
      2. To come together; meet
      3. To put or bring together so as to make continuous or form a unit:
      1. (Elec.) To join (two or more circuits) by a common magnetic or electric field or by direct connection
      2. To link together; connect:
      3. To form pairs; join.
      1. To join in a merger or union:
      2. To make strong or secure; strengthen:
      3. To unite into one system or whole; combine:
      1. To join or be joined
      2. To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
      3. To join or fasten (two things together, or one thing with or to another); link; couple
      1. (Grammar) To inflect (a verb) in its forms for distinctions such as number, person, voice, mood, and tense.
      2. (Biochem.) To join (compounds) so that the resulting substance can be readily removed, as a toxic product in the body
      3. (Archaic) To join together; unite; couple
      1. To join or become joined together; unite.
      1. To come to terms; agree.
      2. To produce or create by combining two or more ingredients or parts; compose or make up:
      3. To combine and form a compound
      1. To harvest and thresh with a combine
      2. To join together for a common purpose.
      3. To come or bring into union; act or mix together; unite; join
      1. To cause to coalesce as a single whole or entity:
      2. To come together for a single purpose:
      3. To come or grow together into a single mass:
  2. To make or become physically hard

      1. To concentrate; consolidate.
      2. To make or become solid, firm, hard, compact, etc.
      3. (Intransitive) To become solid; to freeze.
      1. To restore to a proper and normal state when dislocated or broken:
      2. To put in a specified position or arrangement; place:
      3. To apply jewels to; stud:
      1. To paralyze or make numb, as with fear; stupefy; stun
      2. To replace the normal cells of (organic matter) with silica or other mineral deposits; re-form as a stony substance
      3. To cause to lose vitality or become impervious to change; deaden:
      1. To cause to be firmly established
      2. To harden or to grow hard
      3. To become firmly fixed or established.
      1. To become hard or harder.
      2. To become fixed, settled, or less subject to change:
      3. To rise and become stable. Used of prices.
      1. (Intransitive, figuratively) To cease or cause to cease.
      2. To preserve (meat or other foods, for example) by extracting the moisture.
      3. To become dry:
      1. To solidify or coagulate:
      2. To cause to solidify or coagulate:
      3. To cause to come together to form a whole or produce a result:
      1. To cover or fill with a thick layer, as of compacted matter:
      2. To form into a hard mass or a crust; solidify or encrust
      3. To become formed into a compact or crusty mass:

Another word for concrete