- substantia alba,
- substantia gelatinosa,
- substantia grisea,
- substantia medullaris,
- substantia nigra,
Origin of substantial
Examples from the Web for substantiality
All these difficulties, however, tell against the substantiality of ghosts; and in favor of this second theory of haunted houses.True Ghost Stories|Hereward Carrington
The fort is a superb structure, recalling the days of barbarous warfare in the substantiality of its walls.Forty Thousand Miles Over Land and Water|Lady (Ethel Gwendoline [Moffatt]) Vincent
(The substantiality of the unsubstantial body, is as false as the corporeality of an incorporeal spirit).
In the same way the intelligible substances, Intelligence and Soul, have their substantiality in common, and they differ in form.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy|Isaac Husik
Alice felt herself light, clear and vacuous, absorbed in the substantiality of this picture.The Narrow House|Evelyn Scott
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.