Antonyms for exists

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It exists, and goes forward, becoming a factor in the thought-life of our time.

By what their good-humour is produced we know not; but that it exists we are certain.

It is for that that the other exists; it is by that that the other comes.

Then, if we do not know it, why do we affirm that it exists?

In other words, there exists a will, but there are no volitions.

Matter has no existence; as we know nothing about it, we should not say it exists.

Everything that exists is a force, either action or tendency to action.

For each there exists a normal rate of travel, beyond which are penalties.

But what are their lives to the welfare of the universe, for which he exists.

No dial or dial gearing is shown in the patent or exists in the patent model.