Simple past tense and past participle of substitute.(verb)
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Use "substituted" in a sentence
"Apparently it's hard to separate the spurious from the serious with her, she missed the wedding of two friends and, as a belated gift, prepared for them a doctored version of Mark Bittman's eminently useful How to Cook Everything, with her name substituted wherever possible as author, and a new, foul-mouthed "Acknowledgments" section pasted over the existing one."
"But imagine the same paragraph with the name substituted: Dan Hannon has enough charisma and charm to be able to stress that policies, not personalities, are what matter."
"Note 1: The Spanish substituted for the Portuguese word formosa the Spanish version of the word, hermosa."