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- n. Plural form of insubstantiality.
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Deep and definite the shadows, offspring of lordly light and steadfast leaves — not mere insubstantialities, but stars deep sculptured in the grey rock.
Furthermore, people will soon begin to see through the insubstantialities of your clever but childish polemics.
Before the prince could reply there occurred a phenomenon that sent all thought of such insubstantialities as the secrets of the Fourth
There would always be a sufficient proportion of unborn fools left who would prefer the palpabilities of bodily form to the insubstantialities of pre-natal existence.
Deep and definite the shadows, offspring of lordly light and steadfast leaves -- not mere insubstantialities, but stars deep sculptured in the grey rock.
And I wondered again, as I often have, how insubstantialities like guts can worry men so much more intelligent than I. "
I will not surrender these prospects to insubstantialities and personal fears. "