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transitive verb

: to regard as or make to be united in one common substance or nature
language consubstantiated with thought


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Word History


Transitive verb

New Latin consubstantiatus, past participle of consubstantiare, from Latin com- + New Latin -substantiare (from Latin substantia substance)


New Latin consubstantiatus

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“Consubstantiate.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 21 Feb. 2024.

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