materiality
I (consequence) noun caliber, distinction, eminence, gravity, greatness, import, importance, magnitude, materialness, matter, memorability, momentousness, notability, notableness, priority, prominence, purport, rank, relevance, salience, significance, substantiality, sum and substance, value, weight, weightiness, worth II (physical existence) noun bodiliness, bodily existence, body, concreteness, corporality, corporeity, embodiment, entity, essential nature, existence, mass, material existence, materialness, matter, palpability, physical being, physical nature, physicalness, reality, solidity, substance, substantiality, substantialness, tangibility III index corpus, importance, magnitude, relevance, significance

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