Thin and Unsubstantial


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Thin adjective – Having a noticeably small amount of body fat.
Unsubstantial is a synonym for thin in delicate topic. In some cases you can use "Unsubstantial" instead an adjective "Thin", when it comes to topics like likely, slight, frail, transparent.
Nearby Words: thinned, thinly, thinness, thinning
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Unsubstantial adjective – Not composed of matter.
Usage example: as thin and unsubstantial as the wind

Thin is a synonym for unsubstantial in delicate topic. You can use "Thin" instead an adjective "Unsubstantial", if it concerns topics such as likely, slight, implausible, frail.
Nearby Word: unsubstantially
Synonyms for Unsubstantial
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Unsubstantial or Thin. 2016. Accessed February 26, 2020.

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