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consubstantial

adjective con·sub·stan·tial \ˌkän(t)-səb-ˈstan(t)-shəl\

Definition of CONSUBSTANTIAL

:  of the same substance

Origin of CONSUBSTANTIAL

Late Latin consubstantialis, from Latin com- + substantia substance
First Known Use: 14th century

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