Over the same time Hague also received two substantial book commissions from the News Corp. publishing subsidiary Harper Collins.
For those struggling Olympians, a substantial paycheck would be a godsend.
substantial portions of India had by then already fallen to foreign marauders.
Is “forcing” someone to take a photograph a “substantial burden” on the exercise of their religion?
Baudelaire had just turned 21, and was enjoying a substantial inheritance from his father.
Indeed there is no substantial objection to terming any sort of government made by a constitution or agreement federal.
The difference is, perhaps, rather dramatic than substantial.
And out of this state of things, Burgoyne hoped to derive some substantial benefit.
They were not substantial food, but they must suffice for a time.
He passed his days shedding light and warmth around him like a substantial sunbeam, distributing favours with both hands.
mid-14c., "ample, sizeable," from Old French substantiel (13c.), from Latin substantialis "having substance or reality, material," from substantia (see substance). Meaning "existing, having real existence" is from late 14c.