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Correct spelling for the English word "substantial" is [s_ə_b_s_t_ˈa_n_ʃ_əl], [səbstˈanʃə͡l], [səbstˈanʃə‍l]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Plural form of SUBSTANTIAL is SUBSTANTIALS

Definition of SUBSTANTIAL

  1. sub-stan'shal, adj. belonging to or having substance: actually existing: real: solid: having substance or strength: lasting, likely to be permanent: strong, stout, bulky: corporeal, material: having property or estate: considerable, pretty wealthy: conforming to what is essential: involving the essential rights or merits of.--v.t. SUBSTAN'TIAL[=I]SE, to give reality to.--ns. SUBSTAN'TIALISM, the theory that there is a real existence or substratum underlying the phenomena of consciousness; SUBSTANTIAL'ITY.--adv. SUBSTAN'TIALLY.--n. SUBSTAN'TIALNESS.--n.pl. SUBSTAN'TIALS, essential parts.--v.t. SUBSTAN'TI[=A]TE, to make substantial: to prove or confirm.--n. SUBSTANTI[=A]'TION.--adjs. SUBSTANT[=I]'VAL; SUB'STANTIVE, expressing existence: real: of real, independent importance.--n. (gram.) the part of speech denoting something that exists: a noun.--adv. SUB'STANTIVELY.--n. SUB'STANTIVENESS.--v.t. SUB'STANTIVISE. [Fr. substantiel--L. substantialis--substantia.]

Anagrams of SUBSTANTIAL

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Usage Examples for SUBSTANTIAL

  1. He reasoned, quite rightly, that Miss Tempest, being an only child, was likely to have a substantial fortune. - "The Simpkins Plot" by George A. Birmingham
  2. I have written to a firm of lawyers in New York, giving them instructions to pay you quite a substantial sum each month. - "My Man Jeeves" by P. G. Wodehouse
  3. Entirely aside from the Revolution, if Washington had not been a great general, he was well started on lines that would have made him a very substantial citizen. - "Revisiting the Earth" by James Langdon Hill
  4. The men ate, but swallowed nothing substantial. - "Legends of Ma-ui--a demi god of Polynesia, and of his mother Hina" by W. D. Westervelt
  5. At last the more substantial part of the luncheon was over, and it was time for the ice- cream. - "Marjorie's Busy Days" by Carolyn Wells
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