Origin of unsubstantial
OTHER WORDS FROM unsubstantialun·sub·stan·ti·al·i·ty, noun un·sub·stan·tial·ly, adverb
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Example sentences from the Web for unsubstantial
The level of opposition to the Ryan budget among the bishops is not unsubstantial.
You can't imagine its individuality, its airy, unsubstantial, superior poise.The Pool in the Desert |Sara Jeanette Duncan
Here it builds its unsubstantial nest of a few sticks, and lays two eggs.British Birds in their Haunts |Rev. C. A. Johns
The hope to be admired for ages is, in by far the greater part of those even who are authors of repute, an unsubstantial dream.The Letters of Robert Burns |Robert Burns
I saw many myriads of spectral kitten forms, and unsubstantial egg shapes rushing towards me through the air.
The little pier at which they landed, neglected and unsubstantial, seemed barely strong enough to bear their weight.The Pines of Lory |John Ames Mitchell