Slight and Unsubstantial

Slight

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Slight adjective – Lacking bodily strength.
Usage example: a small lad with a slight build

Unsubstantial is a synonym for slight in amount topic. In some cases you can use "Unsubstantial" instead an adjective "Slight", when it comes to topics like quantity.
Nearby Words: slightly, slighted, slighting, slightingly
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Unsubstantial

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Unsubstantial adjective – Lacking bodily strength.
Usage example: an unsubstantial child who was unfit to play sports of any kind

Slight is a synonym for unsubstantial in amount topic. Sometimes you can use "Slight" instead an adjective "Unsubstantial", if it concerns topics such as quantity.
Nearby Word: unsubstantially
Synonyms for Unsubstantial
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Unsubstantial and Slight. (2016). Retrieved 2021, June 17, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/slight/unsubstantial
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