non-existent[ non-ig-zis-tuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF non-existent
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Immediately both dived, and became as it were non-existent on this sphere.
Of course, he replied, I and all the world are in a difficulty about the non-existent.
There are forces now which were non-existent in the eighteenth century.
"So do I," said the Tamburini, who worshipped the breed even when non-existent.
That rapture was for those who could feel it; for people who could not, it was non-existent.
Its balance sheets are faked, its reserves are non-existent.
For the rest of the world it was lost, with no particular place and as if non-existent.
In this sense God is neither existent nor non-existent; he is super-existent.
But for half an hour I thought it might as well be non-existent.
It will unquestionably go to a Heaven which is as non-existent as itself.