- substantia alba,
- substantia gelatinosa,
- substantia grisea,
- substantia medullaris,
- substantia nigra,
Origin of substantial
Examples from the Web for substantially
The world Carver left was still a hungry one—if substantially less so.
The CDC says that the current numbers on record for the epidemic, 5,843 cases and 2,803 deaths, are “substantially underreported.”CDC’s Worst Case Scenario: 1.4 Million Ebola Cases|Abby Haglage|September 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The police department, despite public belief, is substantially upping patrol and investigative measures.
What has changed, substantially and perhaps for the best, is just what a nonmarital birth looks like.Unwed Women in the United States Are Having Fewer Babies|Brandy Zadrozny|August 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In some respects our recent wars are substantially different from those past.
This is a ferocious and passionate version, but it is substantially not an unreal account of the position.Critical Miscellanies (Vol. 1 of 3)|John Morley
Everything we eat is taxed, and there is no exchequer that is not substantially supported by lovers of good living.
The plan then adopted was substantially the same which was necessarily followed ever after.If, Yes and Perhaps|Edward Everett Hale
These three clauses of our text may be considered as substantially including all the members of the series.Expositions of Holy Scripture|Alexander Maclaren
Covode House, also in Allegheny, is substantially the "industrial betterment" phase of the Heinz pickle factory.
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.