insubstantiality

[ in-suh b-stan-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF insubstantiality
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Her name is Miss Ethel, and she is a ladylike but depressing phenomenon, all made up of nerves and American insubstantiality.

Five miles up from their origin, at little more than atmospheric pressure, they made a rising column of insubstantiality.

This showed to me the real shallowness and insubstantiality of the great world of finance.

WORD ORIGIN

1827, from insubstantial + -ity.

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