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Substantial, 1) material, corporeal, bulky: “to draw with idle spiders' strings most ponderous and s. things,” Meas. III, 2, 290. cf. Self-substantial.
2) real, solid, not merely seeming, not illusive: “your reason was not s.” Err. II, 2, 105. “acquitted by a true s. form,” H4B IV, 1, 173.* “a dream, too flattering-sweet to be s.” Rom. II, 2, 141.
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