substantialize

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substantialize

(səbˈstænʃəˌlaɪz) or

substantialise

vb
to make or become substantial or actual

substantialize


Past participle: substantialized
Gerund: substantializing

Imperative
substantialize
substantialize
Present
I substantialize
you substantialize
he/she/it substantializes
we substantialize
you substantialize
they substantialize
Preterite
I substantialized
you substantialized
he/she/it substantialized
we substantialized
you substantialized
they substantialized
Present Continuous
I am substantializing
you are substantializing
he/she/it is substantializing
we are substantializing
you are substantializing
they are substantializing
Present Perfect
I have substantialized
you have substantialized
he/she/it has substantialized
we have substantialized
you have substantialized
they have substantialized
Past Continuous
I was substantializing
you were substantializing
he/she/it was substantializing
we were substantializing
you were substantializing
they were substantializing
Past Perfect
I had substantialized
you had substantialized
he/she/it had substantialized
we had substantialized
you had substantialized
they had substantialized
Future
I will substantialize
you will substantialize
he/she/it will substantialize
we will substantialize
you will substantialize
they will substantialize
Future Perfect
I will have substantialized
you will have substantialized
he/she/it will have substantialized
we will have substantialized
you will have substantialized
they will have substantialized
Future Continuous
I will be substantializing
you will be substantializing
he/she/it will be substantializing
we will be substantializing
you will be substantializing
they will be substantializing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been substantializing
you have been substantializing
he/she/it has been substantializing
we have been substantializing
you have been substantializing
they have been substantializing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been substantializing
you will have been substantializing
he/she/it will have been substantializing
we will have been substantializing
you will have been substantializing
they will have been substantializing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been substantializing
you had been substantializing
he/she/it had been substantializing
we had been substantializing
you had been substantializing
they had been substantializing
Conditional
I would substantialize
you would substantialize
he/she/it would substantialize
we would substantialize
you would substantialize
they would substantialize
Past Conditional
I would have substantialized
you would have substantialized
he/she/it would have substantialized
we would have substantialized
you would have substantialized
they would have substantialized
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In another passage in Passage that reiterates and so substantializes the novel's sense of nothing, Forster writes: "There is something unspeakable in these outposts.
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