Still, the president delivered a well-paced, energetic, and substantive address.
Now, blog posts can be substantive, and I think I've written plenty of wonky blog posts about tax policy in particular.
This, and only this, is the key to driving real, substantive change in America.
A white writer tries to figure out how he could have gone without forming any substantive relationships with black friends.
But in our time of hyperpartisan political kabuki, Paul deserves respect for advancing a serious, principled, substantive debate.
We have in use the substantive culture, but, though the dictionaries recognize the verb to culture, we do not use it.
We are not now dealing with the question of the real or substantive existence of evil.
Shelley was fond of the word Pavilion, whether as substantive or as verb.
As a verb, signifies to steady;—as a substantive, a comprehensive mind.
We always gave Anna the object, in order to make her comprehend the word—the substance, to explain the substantive.
late 15c., "standing by itself," from Old French substantif, from Late Latin substantivum, neuter of Latin substantivus "of substance or being," from substantia (see substance). The grammatical term (late 14c.) was introduced by the French to denote the noun in contradistinction to the adjective, from Latin nomen substantivum "name or word of substance."