nonsubstantial

nonsubstantial

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  • nonsubstantial — I (not sturdy) adjective adynamic, asthenic, attenuated, below par, breakable, brittle, defective, deficient, delicate, destructible, enervated, ephemeral, fallacious, feeble, flimsy, fragile, frail, frangible, ghostly, illogical, inadequate,… …   Law dictionary

  • nonsubstantial — adj.; nonsubstantially, adv.; nonsubstantialness, n. * * * …   Universalium

  • nonsubstantial — adj.; nonsubstantially, adv.; nonsubstantialness, n …   Useful english dictionary

  • infirm — I (irresolute) adjective changeable, easily led, faint hearted, faltering, fickle, inconstant, indecisive insecure, pliable, precarious, undecided, undetermined, unreliable, unresolved, unstable, unsteady, untrustworthy, vacillating, wavering II… …   Law dictionary

  • intangible — I adjective abstract, aerial, airy, amorphous, asomatous, bodiless, difficult to appraise, dim, discarnate, disembodied, ethereal, immaterial, impalpable, imperceptible, imponderable, inappreciable, inconspicuous, incorporal, incorporate,… …   Law dictionary

  • deficient — I adjective attenuated, barren, below par, blemished, defective, depleted, devoid, disappointing, discontenting, empty, falling short, faulty, few, flawed, hollow, impaired, imperfect, impoverished, in arrears, inadequate, incompetent, incomplete …   Law dictionary

  • inadequate — I adjective assailable, deficient, depleted, disabled, disappointing, displeasing, emasculate, exhausted, feckless, feeble, helpless, impaired, impar, impotent, incapable, incompetent, incomplete, indefensible, ineffective, ineffectual,… …   Law dictionary

  • insignificant — I adjective beneath consideration, collateral, expendable, frivolous, futile, ignoble, immaterial, inapposite, inappreciable, incidental, inconsequential, inconsiderable, indifferent, inferior, irrelevant, meager, meaningless, mediocre, minor,… …   Law dictionary

  • low — I (ignoble) adjective deep, depraved, depressed, flat, heinous, ignoble, inelegant, lamentable, minimal, nominal, odious, offensive, outrageous, poor, prone, scandalous, scarce, scurrilous, servile, subaltern, tainted, unelevated II (nominal)… …   Law dictionary

  • Externalization — This article is about social philosophy. For externalization (of cost), in the context of economics, see externality.Externalization means to put something outside of its original borders, especially to put a human function outside of the human… …   Wikipedia

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