In a strong substantial manner; considerably.(adverb)
To a great extent; in essence; essentially.(adverb)
Without material qualifications.(adverb)
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Use "substantially" in a sentence
"Shall we not then find, that substantially the same style of living that is proper in one latitude and longitude, is proper in another; _substantially_ the same, paying only so much regard to the eyes of the world, as to avoid unnecessary singularity and remark; and that this rule, founded on the principles of the Gospel, makes a proper provision for health, mental cultivation, and"
"Also alarmingly imprecise is the term "substantially supported.""
"Rajaratnam's lawyers asked for a term "substantially below" the guidelines range, citing their 54-year-old client's otherwise "exemplary" life and philanthropic efforts, and the "unique constellation of ailments ravaging his body.""