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Synonyms for substance

Synonyms for substance

that which occupies space and can be perceived by the senses

that from which things are or can be made

a basic trait or set of traits that define and establish the character of something

the general sense or significance, as of an action or statement

the thread or current of thought uniting or occurring in all the elements of a text or discourse

Synonyms for substance

material of a particular kind or constitution

Related Words

considerable capital (wealth or income)

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Those range from Kristin Dunst's rendition of Irving Berlin's "They Say It's Wonderful" during her Broadway performance, and her standard jazz number at the jazz cafe where she works as a waitress, to James Franco and Dunst's sudden swing dance breakout in the kitchen, not to mention Maguire's sleazy John Travolta imitation as the black substance takes possession of him.
Adding to Peter's woes, a black substance from a crashed meteorite fuses with his Spider-Man suit, turning the spandex black and unleashing the dark, vengeful side of his personality.
Rather, it was the result of drug testing and reporting practices that targeted Black substance abusers for detection by law enforcement authorities.
The Galpin story involved a consumer who asked for help with a steering wheel that was oozing a black substance or possibly melting.
Two stone implements dating to at least 36,000 years ago bear traces of a sticky black substance once used to attach them to a handle, according to a new report.
But no one knew what the black substance on the car was until SpilTech employees arrived.
Police said swindlers like these trick their victims by showing them a note covered with a black substance, which is easily removed by basic chemicals or even water.
And adding to Peter's woes, a black substance from a crashed meteorite fuses with his Spider-Man suit, unleashing the dark, vengeful side of his own personality.
Recruited by the US and the UK as a buffer against the perceived rise of, that same militant Islam, (which has today come back to haunt them) and which to the perceived wisdom of the West was a threat to that which they hold most dear, not the oft spouted cry of freedom and democracy but rather oil and the profits which this black substance maintains the flow of.