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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinsubstantialin‧sub‧stan‧tial /ˌɪnsəbˈstænʃəl◂/ adjective  1 formalBREAK not solid, large, strong, or definite The evidence seemed very insubstantial. an insubstantial meal the insubstantial outline of a ship2 literaryAL not existing as a real object or person insubstantial ghosts
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insubstantialEpstein called the evidence insubstantial.
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