Spiritual and Substantial


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Spiritual adjective – Not composed of matter.
Usage example: a staunch skeptic and realist, he scoffs at the very notion of ghosts and other spiritual entities

Substantial is an antonym for spiritual in nonmaterial topic.
Nearby Words: spirit, spirited, spiritualistic, spirituality, spirituous
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Substantial adjective – Relating to or composed of matter.
Usage example: the Land of Oz turned out to be a world of dreams, even less substantial than a rainbow

Spiritual is an antonym for substantial in topics: rich, material, important.
Nearby Words: substance, substantiate, substantially, substantiality, substantiation
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experience spiritual experience substantial experience
power spiritual power substantial power
knowledge spiritual knowledge substantial knowledge
presence spiritual presence substantial presence
Other nouns: songs.
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