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insubstantial

in suhb stan chuhl

  • a  lacking material form or substance; unreal
    as insubstantial as a dream
    an insubstantial mirage on the horizon
  • s  lacking in nutritive value

  • The not insubstantial paunch he has added since then is a source of some consternation.
  • Both of the right-wing populists, Tom Tancredo and Duncan Hunter, seem obscure and insubstantial, a classic problem for House members running for President; neither is as .
  • The not insubstantial paunch he has added since then is a source of some consternation.
Quotes

  • David Cameron in guardian.co.uk
    I think it is slightly cynical in its timing; it is rather insubstantial in its content and it is not part of an overall approach,Cameron said on GMTV.
  • David Ford in Belfast Telegraph
    Mr Ford added: "We have an Executive which is dysfunctional, operating to a weak and insubstantial programme for government. It is not very good at implementing that programme and well-nigh incapable of agreeing anything else. Where issues were not...
  • Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett in guardian.co.uk
    Mrs Beckett described the publication as "threadbare, insubstantial and just plain wrong", adding: "Chatham House has established a great reputation over the years, but this paper will do nothing to enhance it."

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