substantively, as opposed to stylistically, there was no New Left.
But the important thing is that substantively, it has no impact on the force of the underlying law.
Instead of substantively responding to these failed expectations, the ACE takes a spin-cycle approach.
Symbolically, he looked liberal, while substantively, he governed from the center.
substantively, the decision to try him in a regular criminal court didn't bother me.
substantively, I think he pretty well signaled that the Justice Department isn't going to take up this case.
Fleury differs a little from this legend, but has substantively preserved it.
The priests are generally the most crafty of men, and many among them are substantively wicked.
In linking these adjectives, you will realize one of my infatuations wherever they are substantively found.
He would have been ugly, he substantively granted, had he not been happy; he would have been dangerous had he not been warranted.
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."