existent[ ig-zis-tuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF existent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXISTENT
For how can that be separated from a thing that was not existent in it.
We find it existent and in control at the extreme reach of our investigations.
God alone is the real existent, all else is an existent by virtue of him.
They then reflected on this existent and found that he was not weak; so they called him strong.
Until then he had been existent, sentient, but never until then alive.
As a condition, disease is existent; but not as a God-created entity, in and of itself.
The idea of existence, then, is the very same with the idea of what we conceive to be existent.
What then is the Principle which one cannot even say that it is (hypostatically) existent?
There is no real harmony which is not existent or pre-established.
It is the active process of transforming the existent situation.
1560s, a back-formation from existence, or else from Latin existentem/exsistentem (nominative existens/exsistens), present participle of existere/exsistere (see existence).
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