Substantivally

substantival

[suhb-stuhn-tahy-vuhl]
adjective
noting, of, or pertaining to a substantive.

Origin:
1825–35; substantive + -al1

substantivally, adverb
nonsubstantival, adjective
nonsubstantivally, adverb
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substantive (ˈsʌbstəntɪv)
 
n
1.  grammar a noun or pronoun used in place of a noun
 
adj
2.  of, relating to, containing, or being the essential element of a thing
3.  having independent function, resources, or existence
4.  of substantial quantity
5.  solid in foundation or basis
6.  grammar denoting, relating to, or standing in place of a noun
7.  Compare adjective relating to the essential legal principles administered by the courts, as opposed to practice and procedure
8.  (of a dye or colour) staining the material directly without use of a mordant
 
[C15: from Late Latin substantīvus, from Latin substāre to stand beneath; see substance]
 
substantival
 
adj
 
substan'tivally
 
adv
 
'substantively
 
adv
 
'substantiveness
 
n

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