Second, it says that such state action may not “substantially burden” religious freedom – not just “burden.”
Unfortunately, we are at or near the point of substantially diminishing returns for this sort of stimulus.
The woman complained that their agreement was for substantially more.
Criminal penalties in Europe are substantially shorter than they are in America, yet Europe has fewer repeat offenders.
In between is intermediate scrutiny, which requires laws to be “substantially related to an important government interest.”
This is substantially Lady Martin's interpretation of the scene, and that which she carried out in action on the stage.
This substantially follows the Quoniam Attachiamenta, c. 48, pl.
This proclamation is substantially the bill under discussion, except that it goes much further.
Ealer did a lot of our “reasoning”—not to say substantially all of it.
This is substantially the theory which Gordon presents as a fact, and it is most consistent with fact.
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.