Definitions of "substantial"
  1. Refers to the essence or core of a matter in legal situations
  2. Not false or imaginary, but based on valid and tangible facts or evidence in a legal context
  3. Having a relevant impact or bearing on a legal issue or decision
  4. Refers to a significant amount or degree in the context of law
How to use "substantial" in a sentence
  1. The evidence provided in this case was substantial and undeniable.
  2. The jury found the arguments made by the prosecution to be substantial and compelling.
  3. The court requires substantial evidence before it can overturn a previous decision.

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