This he does not do, substituting for data his own take on the Israeli situation.
Essentially, he could win by substituting new black voters for lost white ones.
In my own time and the words I could make a decision about substituting or not.
Malkinization: the practice of substituting squabbling for policy and victimology for self-respect.
Connors should be applauded for substituting less harmful words in place of curses.
The commands are as for the company, substituting battalion for company.
Just such a sight, substituting spears could have been seen in Roman times.
The process of blocking and substituting is the same process that we have seen in trial and error.
“Beg pardon,” said the barber, substituting a towel for the sheet.
In our opinion there would be such a rattling among the dry bones, we should hear no more about substituting them for guano.
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.