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The quality of being sound (2).
1. The freedom of a solid from cracks, flaws, fissures, or variations from an accepted standard.
2. In cement, freedom from excessive volume change after setting.
3. In an aggregate, the ability to withstand the aggressive action to which concrete containing it might be exposed, particularly that due to weather.