Definition of "unsubstantiality" [unsubstantiality]
The state or character of being unsubstantial, in any sense.(noun)
An unsubstantial or illusive thing.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "unsubstantiality" in a sentence
"Still, when I looked more intently, I was unable to say that it was really mist; for it appeared to blend with the plain, giving it a peculiar unrealness, and conveying to the senses the idea of unsubstantiality."
"They will have flung great arches and domes of glass above the wider spaces of the town, the slender beauty of the perfect metal-work far overhead will be softened to a fairy-like unsubstantiality by the mild London air."
"And the pervasive unsubstantiality creates an underlying aura of anxiety - the feeling that all of it can and will be leveled and scattered in some approaching cataclysm ..."