existence

[ ig-zis-tuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF existence

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXISTENCE

Paralus breathes and moves, but is apparently unconscious of existence in this world.

To Kate, for instance, she was a necessity of existence, like light or air.

Built on fear and run by fear, fear is as essential to their existence as coal to our industries.

Its calmness gave the impression of a wisdom behind it that had no existence.

My home life—if existence in a studio can be so called—was merry.

The early part of his existence was spent with his grandparents in his native place.

Even the fertile vale, in the hollow of which it lay, had ceased to have existence.

Things must come within the range of thought or go out of existence.

There was a whole hierarchy of respect, outside of which existence was unrestrained and disorderly.

Oh no, you could not; nor would she if her people had been in existence.

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