When choosing a width, always bear in mind the finger of the wearer: a very thick ring will look clunky and awkward on slender fingers, and a thin ring will appear lost and insubstantial on thicker fingers.
We could see light, but otherwise, why was it so insubstantial?
insubstantial part of the Act.
However, this characterisation proves to be too insubstantial for the promises of the minimal theory to be properly satisfied.
The lower Bb key pillar was sitting on a not insubstantial bed of solder, for example.
This might seem like a fairly insubstantial part of the Act.
Quite apart from the relentlessly downbeat subject matter, the book also feels rather insubstantial.
It must have been annoying for Alice Pike to have to break a note to pay for a relatively insubstantial amount.
What I have done seems as insubstantial as thin smoke in high winds.
insubstantial to have served as a stave or a splint.
insubstantial sum of money from an unnamed officer who was convinced were going for good!
insubstantial differences between the jobs should also be disregarded.
insubstantial portion of the Licensed Materials.
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