Substantiveness



noun, Grammar.
1.
a noun.
2.
a pronoun or other word or phrase functioning or inflected like a noun.
adjective
3.
Grammar.

pertaining to substantives.
used in a sentence like a noun:
a substantive adjective.
expressing existence:
“to be” is a substantive verb.

4.
having independent existence; independent.
5.
belonging to the real nature or essential part of a thing; essential.
6.
real or actual.
7.
of considerable amount or quantity.
8.
possessing substance; having practical importance, value, or effect:
substantive issues under discussion.
9.
Law. pertaining to the rules of right which courts are called on to apply, as distinguished from rules of procedure (opposed to adjective).
10.
(of dye colors) attaching directly to the material without the aid of a mordant (opposed to adjective).
noun
1.
(grammar) a noun or pronoun used in place of a noun
adjective
2.
of, relating to, containing, or being the essential element of a thing
3.
having independent function, resources, or existence
4.
of substantial quantity
5.
solid in foundation or basis
6.
(grammar) denoting, relating to, or standing in place of a noun
7.
(səbˈstæntɪv). relating to the essential legal principles administered by the courts, as opposed to practice and procedure Compare adjective (sense 3)
8.
(səbˈstæntɪv). (of a dye or colour) staining the material directly without use of a mordant

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