unsubstantiate
Verb

unsubstantiate (unsubstantiates, present participle unsubstantiating; past and past participle unsubstantiated)

  1. To prove false; to disprove or discredit.
  2. (human services) To officially categorize (an allegation) as unsubstantiated.
  3. To call into question; to create doubt about.
  4. To make insubstantial or abstract; unsubstantialize.
Adjective

unsubstantiate

  1. Lacking substance; insubstantial.
  2. Unsubstantiated; unproven.



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