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substantiated

Presented vs Substantiated - What's the difference?

presented | substantiated |


As verbs the difference between presented and substantiated

is that presented is (present) while substantiated is (substantiate).

As an adjective presented

is (mathematics|of a group) having a specified presentation, or a presentation with specified properties.

Substantiated vs Principal - What's the difference?

substantiated | principal |


As a verb substantiated

is (substantiate).

As an adjective principal is

principal, main.

Proved vs Substantiated - What's the difference?

proved | substantiated |


As verbs the difference between proved and substantiated

is that proved is (prove) while substantiated is (substantiate).

Braced vs Substantiated - What's the difference?

braced | substantiated |


As verbs the difference between braced and substantiated

is that braced is (brace) while substantiated is (substantiate).

As an adjective braced

is having braces or similar supports.

Substance vs Substantiated - What's the difference?

substance | substantiated |


As a noun substance

is physical matter; material.

As a verb substantiated is

(substantiate).

Proven vs Substantiated - What's the difference?

proven | substantiated |


As verbs the difference between proven and substantiated

is that proven is past participle of lang=en while substantiated is past tense of substantiate.

As an adjective proven

is having been proved; having proved its value or truth.

Substantial vs Substantiated - What's the difference?

substantial | substantiated |


As an adjective substantial

is having to substance; actually existing; real; as, substantial life.

As a noun substantial

is anything having substance; an essential part.

As a verb substantiated is

(substantiate).

Substantiated vs Unsubstantiated - What's the difference?

substantiated | unsubstantiated |


As a verb substantiated

is past tense of substantiate.

As an adjective unsubstantiated is

lacking substantiation; without evidence.

Substantiated vs Evidenced - What's the difference?

substantiated | evidenced |


As verbs the difference between substantiated and evidenced

is that substantiated is past tense of substantiate while evidenced is past tense of evidence.

Substantiated vs Sustained - What's the difference?

substantiated | sustained |


As verbs the difference between substantiated and sustained

is that substantiated is (substantiate) while sustained is (sustain).

As an adjective sustained is

held continuously at a certain level.

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