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substantive    : [s'ʌbstəntɪv]
Substantive \Sub"stan*tive\, a. [L. substantivus: cf. F.
substantif.]
1. Betokening or expressing existence; as, the substantive
verb, that is, the verb to be.
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2. Depending on itself; independent.
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He considered how sufficient and substantive this
land was to maintain itself without any aid of the
foreigner. --Bacon.
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3. Enduring; solid; firm; substantial.
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Strength and magnitude are qualities which impress
the imagination in a powerful and substantive
manner. --Hazlitt.
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4. Pertaining to, or constituting, the essential part or
principles; as, the law substantive.
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{Noun substantive} (Gram.), a noun which designates an
object, material or immaterial; a substantive.

{Substantive color}, one which communicates its color without
the aid of a mordant or base; -- opposed to adjective
color.
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Substantive \Sub"stan*tive\, n. [Cf. F. substantif.] (Gram.)
A noun or name; the part of speech which designates something
that exists, or some object of thought, either material or
immaterial; as, the words man, horse, city, goodness,
excellence, are substantives.
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Substantive \Sub"stan*tive\, v. t.
To substantivize. [R.] --Cudworth.
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substantive
adj 1: having a firm basis in reality and being therefore
important, meaningful, or considerable; "substantial
equivalents" [synonym: {substantial}, {substantive}]
2: defining rights and duties as opposed to giving the rules by
which rights and duties are established; "substantive law"
[synonym: {substantive}, {essential}] [ant: {adjective},
{procedural}]
3: being on topic and prompting thought; "a meaty discussion"
[synonym: {meaty}, {substantive}]
n 1: any word or group of words functioning as a noun

68 Moby Thesaurus words for "substantive":
ab ovo, abstract noun, adherent noun, adjectival, adverbial,
appreciable, attributive, basal, basic, bedrock, central,
collective noun, common noun, concrete, conjunctive, constituent,
constitutive, copulative, correct, elemental, elementary,
essential, focal, formal, functional, fundamental, gerund,
glossematic, grammatic, gut, hypostasis, indispensable,
intransitive, life-and-death, life-or-death, linking, material,
nominal, noun, noun phrase, of the essence, of vital importance,
original, palpable, participial, ponderable, postpositional,
prepositional, primal, primary, primitive, pronominal, pronoun,
proper noun, quotation noun, radical, real, sensible, solid,
structural, substantial, syntactic, tagmemic, tangible, transitive,
underlying, verbal, vital




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  • SUBSTANTIVE | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
    The documents are the first substantive information obtained by the investigators Thesaurus: synonyms and related words Very important or urgent all-important arch at all cost(s) idiom be a matter of life and or death idiom chief
  • SUBSTANTIVE | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
    substantive definition: 1 important, serious, or related to real facts: 2 having real importance or value: Meaning of substantive in English Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors
  • SUBSTANTIVE | Pronunciation in English - Cambridge Dictionary
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  • substantive - Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary
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    Substantive definition: Substantive negotiations or issues deal with the most important and central aspects of a | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
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    Learner's definition of SUBSTANTIVE [more substantive; most substantive] formal 1 : important, real, or meaningful substantive issues matters These changes are more symbolic than substantive No substantive changes were made to the document
  • SUBSTANTIVE LAW | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
    substantive law noun [ U ] LAW uk ​ us ​ › the part of the law that deals with the rights and duties of people, organizations, etc rather than the part that deals with legal processes
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