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I - noun
1. the tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object (Freq. 73)
- coal is a hard black material
- wheat is the stuff they use to make bread
ballast, bedding material, bedding, litter, rind,
precursor, atom, molecule, particle, corpuscle, mote,
speck, ammunition, floccule, floc, HAZMAT, aggregate,
raw material, staple, sorbate, sorbent, sorbent material, diamagnet,
mineral, rock, stone, adhesive material, adhesive agent, adhesive,
sealing material, animal material, fluff, bimetal, abrasive, abradant,
abrasive material, chemical, chemical substance, composite material, conductor, insulator,
dielectric, nonconductor, contaminant, contamination, particulate, particulate matter,
dust, elastomer, earth, ground, discharge, emission,
detritus, waste, waste material, waste matter, waste product, fiber,
fibre, filling, fill, foam, homogenate, humate,
impregnation, paper, packing material, packing, wadding, coloring material,
colouring material, color, colour, plant material, plant substance, radioactive material,
thickening, thickener, toner, transparent substance, translucent substance, undercut,
builder, detergent builder, vernix, vernix caseosa, wad
2. information (data or ideas or observations) that can be used or reworked into a finished form (Freq. 34)
- the archives provided rich material for a definitive biography
information, info
rehash, copy
3. artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers (Freq. 7)
- the fabric in the curtains was light and semitransparent
- woven cloth originated in Mesopotamia around 5000 BC
- she measured off enough material for a dress
fabric, cloth, textile
artifact, artefact
aba, acrylic, Aertex, alpaca, baize,
basket weave, batik, batiste, belting, bombazine, boucle,
broadcloth, brocade, buckram, bunting, calico, cambric,
camel's hair, camelhair, camlet, camouflage, camo, canopy,
canvas, canvass, cashmere, cerecloth, challis, chambray,
chenille, chiffon, chino, chintz, coating, cobweb,
cord, corduroy, cotton, cotton flannel, Canton flannel, crepe,
crape, cretonne, crinoline, damask, denim, dungaree,
jean, diamante, diaper, dimity, doeskin, drapery,
duck, duffel, duffle, elastic, etamine, etamin,
faille, felt, fiber, fibre, vulcanized fiber, flannel,
flannelette, fleece, foulard, frieze, fustian, gabardine,
georgette, gingham, grogram, grosgrain, haircloth, hair,
herringbone, homespun, hopsacking, hopsack, horsehair, jaconet,
jacquard, khadi, khaddar, khaki, knit, lace,
lame, leatherette, imitation leather, linen, linsey-woolsey, lint,
lisle, mackinaw, mackintosh, macintosh, madras, marseille,
metallic, mohair, moire, watered-silk, moleskin, monk's cloth,
moquette, moreen, motley, mousseline de sole, muslin, nankeen,
net, network, mesh, meshing, meshwork, ninon,
nylon, oilcloth, olive drab, organza, paisley, panting,
trousering, pepper-and-salt, percale, permanent press, durable press, piece of cloth,
piece of material, pilot cloth, pinstripe, pique, plush, polyester,
pongee, poplin, print, quilting, rayon, rep,
repp, sackcloth, sacking, bagging, sailcloth, samite,
sateen, satin, satinet, satinette, screening, scrim,
seersucker, serge, shag, shantung, sharkskin, sheeting,
shirting, shirttail, silesia, silk, spandex, sponge cloth,
stammel, suede cloth, suede, suiting, swan's down, taffeta,
tammy, tapa, tappa, tapestry, tapis, tartan,
plaid, terry, terry cloth, terrycloth, ticking, toweling,
towelling, tweed, twill, upholstery material, Velcro, velour,
velours, velvet, velveteen, vicuna, Viyella, voile,
wash-and-wear, waterproof, web, webbing, whipcord, wincey,
wincey, wool, woolen, woollen, worsted,
yoke, pina cloth
Substance Meronyms:
warp, woof, weft, filling, pick
Part Meronyms:
edging, hem
4. things needed for doing or making something (Freq. 5)
- writing materials
- useful teaching materials
packaging, railing, roofing
5. a person judged suitable for admission or employment
- he was university material
- she was vice-presidential material
applicant, applier

II - adjective
1. concerned with worldly rather than spiritual interests (Freq. 5)
- material possessions
- material wealth
- material comforts
Similar to:
worldly, secular, temporal
2. derived from or composed of matter (Freq. 3)
- the material universe
Similar to:
See Also:
substantial, real
Derivationally related forms:
materiality, physicalness, corporeality, corporality
3. directly relevant to a matter especially a law case (Freq. 1)
- his support made a material difference
- evidence material to the issue at hand
- facts likely to influence the judgment are called material facts
- a material witness
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Derivationally related forms:
4. concerned with or affecting physical as distinct from intellectual or psychological well-being (Freq. 1)
- material needs
- "the moral and material welfare of all good citizens"- T.Roosevelt
Similar to:
5. having material or physical form or substance
- "that which is created is of necessity corporeal and visible and tangible" - Benjamin Jowett
incorporeal (for: corporeal)
Similar to:
bodily, bodied, corporal, corporate, embodied,
incarnate, reincarnate
See Also:
Derivationally related forms:
materiality, corporeality (for: corporeal)
materiality, physicalness, corporeality, corporality
6. having substance or capable of being treated as fact;
not imaginary
- the substantial world
- a mere dream, neither substantial nor practical
- "most ponderous and substantial things"- Shakespeare
substantial, real
insubstantial (for: substantial)
Derivationally related forms:
reality (for: real), substance (for: substantial), substantialness (for: substantial), substantiality (for: substantial)
substantiality, substantialness, solidness

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