Definition of Unsubstantial. Meaning of Unsubstantial. Synonyms of Unsubstantial

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Definition of Unsubstantial

Unsubstantial
Unsubstantial Un`sub*stan"tial, a. Lacking in matter or substance; visionary; chimerical.

Meaning of Unsubstantial from wikipedia

- Substance may refer to: Substance (Jainism), a term in Jain Ontology to denote the base or owner of attributes Chemical substance, a material with a definite...
- "Unsubstantial Blues" (Hungarian: "Aprócska blues") is a song written and performed by Magdi Rúzsa. It was also the Hungarian entry in the Eurovision...
- Burgundy – in practice, the links between these blocks had become so unsubstantial that only the Kingdom of Germany remained, nearly all the Italian territories...
- studies conducted in the first decade of the 21st century may lead to unsubstantial frequencies below. Table below has been sorted in alphabetical order...
- Though Neanderthals are known to have practiced cannibalism, there is unsubstantial evidence to suggest ritual defleshing. In 2019, Gibraltarian palaeoanthropologists...
- databases, or at least, that systematic or repeated extractions of unsubstantial parts of these databases were made. At first sight, this last question...
- under the Crown, although any duties which it entails are almost as unsubstantial as its emoluments; and it is also in the nature of an honour or dignity...
- at the Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki, Finland with the song "Unsubstantial Blues". She finished ninth and won a Marcel Bezençon Award in the Best...
- different ways on men, nothing but "darkness" lay ahead. Life was frail and unsubstantial, and man was like "a shadow in a dream". In the Homeric poems the words...
- the other hand used figuratively of any shadowy outline, or fuzzy or unsubstantial image; in optics, photography, and cinematography especially, a flare...
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