- v. Simple past tense and past participle of substitute.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Exchanged; put in the place of another.
- adj. (Chem.) Containing substitutions or replacements; having been subjected to the process of substitution, or having some of its parts replaced.
“Apparently it's hard to separate the spurious from the serious with her, she missed the wedding of two friends and, as a belated gift, prepared for them a doctored version of Mark Bittman's eminently useful How to Cook Everything, with her name substituted wherever possible as author, and a new, foul-mouthed "Acknowledgments" section pasted over the existing one.”
“But imagine the same paragraph with the name substituted: Dan Hannon has enough charisma and charm to be able to stress that policies, not personalities, are what matter.”
“Note 1: The Spanish substituted for the Portuguese word formosa the Spanish version of the word, hermosa.”
“Examples include onium and carboxonium ions, acyl cations, halonium, azonium, carbozonium ions, even certain substituted carbocations and the like.”
“The negro, after obtaining a marriage license, returned a week later to the bureau, and asked to have another name substituted for that of the lady.”
“The word substituted in the translation, is introduced in order to recall to the reader the sublime name given, not without justice, to Rudolf of Hapsburg, viz.,”
“Nor is the general idea a name substituted as a sign for all the individual objects of the same class, as stated by Taine (De l'Intelligence, I, 26).”
“The word substituted in the translation is introduced in order to recall to the reader the sublime name given, not without justice, to Rudolf of Hapsburg, viz.,”
“Here changes have only been made where it was certain that the Authorised Version was incorrect, and highly probable that the word substituted was right.”
“I inserted _ambler_, because it is the word substituted in manuscript in the margin of my folio 1632.”
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