Nonmaterial and Unsubstantial


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Nonmaterial adjective – Not composed of matter.
Usage example: Newton's laws explain the effects of nonmaterial forces on bodies

Unsubstantial and nonmaterial are semantically related. in incorporeal topic. In some cases you can use "Unsubstantial" instead an adjective "Nonmaterial", when it comes to topics like immaterial, not existing in physical form, not physical.
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Unsubstantial adjective – Not composed of matter.
Usage example: as thin and unsubstantial as the wind

Nonmaterial and unsubstantial are semantically related. You can use "Nonmaterial" instead an adjective "Unsubstantial".
Nearby Word: unsubstantially
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