substantial

All Adjective
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  • Substantial progress has been made, but much work remains to be done.
  • A more substantial change came over time to the show's target audience.
  • A full-presidential system has a president with substantial authority and a central political role.
  • Several years may be noted if the work has gone through substantial revisions.
  • Over time these changes can become substantial leading to significant changes in the size and location of the beach.
  • Henry was responsible for a substantial expansion of the royal justice system.
  • There is substantial fishing activity, although this industry does not bring in much foreign exchange.
  • Here he built a substantial house and a laboratory for use as his summer residence.
  • Despite having completed only a quarter of what he had intended to write, he left a substantial body of work.
  • In his will he also left a substantial gift to the citizens of Rome.
  • The use of domestic stained glass increased until most substantial houses had glass windows.
  • However, the Greek cities were given freedom and several substantial rights.
  • The area has a substantial residential population, indeed most of its listed buildings are residential.
  • When blue and red were combined, the output was much more substantial.
  • Heydrich was born into a family of social standing and substantial financial means.
  • It controls substantial parts of public health, home affairs and foreign affairs.
  • It still has a substantial presence in the state.
  • However, the initial cost of such fuel cell vehicles is still substantial at the moment.
  • The new standard is more specific in that substantial likelihood is more clear.
  • The whole unity comes from the substantial form and the distribution into parts from the matter.
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Meaning of substantial

  • adjective Having substance or capable of being treated as fact; not imaginary
    the substantial world, a mere dream, neither substantial nor practical, most ponderous and substantial things"- Shakespeare