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  • Unsubstantial, subjective and full of uncorroborated drivel

    Randomness

  • Unsubstantial shapes of foam held hands in continuous array below the waves, lit by soft-sea-lanterns strung together along the steamer's sides.

    The Centaur

  • Unsubstantial, however, as these rules may seem, and difficult as it may be to convey them in writing, they are still seen and felt in the mind of the artist; and he works from them with as much certainty as if they were embodied upon paper.

    Pictorial Composition and the Critical Judgment of Pictures

  • Unsubstantial as Duessa or Armida or Circe or Morgan le Fay are the witch-queen of the Wood beyond the World and the sorceress of the enchanted Isle of Increase Unsought.

    A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century

  • But the Unsubstantial is completely unsubstantiated.

    nakedpastor

  • The Spirit is the investment, the incarnation of the Unsubstantial completely and totally into history, the human story, and relationships.

    nakedpastor

  • Ben Affleck ‘Unsubstantial’ | Hobbit Movie News and Rumors | TheOneRing.net™

    Ben Affleck ‘Unsubstantial’ - The Hobbit Film News and Information

  • Unsubstantial, however, as these rules may seem, and difficult as it may be to convey them in writing, they are still seen and felt in the mind of the artist, and he works from them with as much certainty as if they were embodied, as I may say, upon paper.

    Seven Discourses on Art

  • 'People Think It Is for Dummies and Is Unsubstantial'

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