Did you mayhaps mean substantiate?
- adj. serving to support or corroborate
“If you have something substantiative to contribuite, please provide supporting evidence.”
“Last week, Markey requested that BP provide more information about the size of the leak, but has gotten no substantiative response to date.”
“You talk about all of Clinton's experience in the Sentate .... but please name one piece of substantiative legislation that she has sponsored.”
“Report on substantiative stories rather than tabloid sensationalism.”
“Gray, who has had only two fleeting introductions to Obama, said he will use the lunch - in a small private dining room near the Oval Office - to try "to establish a relationship that will have substantiative, enduring, value for the city.”
“He does go into detail indicating his very clear personal stance on the importance of judicial oversight and the rule of law has not changed ... but gives us no substantiative sign he still intends, as at least he once did, to back that stance up with action.”
“Please share what you believe Hilliary's substantiative record to be.”
“That and Mittens will fold against Biden in any substantiative debate.”
“Instead we get nothing substantiative other than Obama 'attacks' hillary?”
“For someone who was supposedly the more qualified and substantiative candidate, she was completely outsmarted and outmaneuvered.”
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