Paul instead used the phrase “Islamic rebels” to substitute for “anti-government groups.”
But a running tally is no substitute for a comprehensive critical view.
We may need to think about alternatives that could substitute for the loss of patent protection on these discoveries.
You could substitute dozens of companies with the same story, from Amazon to Google to Caterpillar.
Moskos writes that both ends of the political spectrum should look approvingly upon flogging as a substitute for prison.
In the hoist for 220 the second flag was the "substitute," duplicating the numeral "2."
Sacral harlotry was a substitute for the child sacrifice of females.
Let settle, pour off the hydrochloric acid, substitute nitric acid in its place, and boil again for two or three minutes.
To search for that substitute was the sole work left for Madeleine's hands.
The first officer gave out completely after ten boys had been punished, and a substitute—the school carpenter—took his place.
early 15c. in transitive sense, 1888 as intransitive, from Latin substitutus, past participle of substituere (see substitution). Related: Substituted; substituting.
"one who acts in place of another," early 15c., from Old French substitute and directly from Latin substitutus, past participle of substituere (see substitution). Team sports sense is from 1849.