Difference between existence and preternatural




  1. everything that exists anywhere
  2. the state or fact of existing


This does not exclude the existence of pockets of the urban population with unrealized homosexual desires.

I'd live the transient and ephemeral existence of a backpacker for a week, an existence of freedom and simple pleasures.

These provisions, although expressed at a level of great generality, have often been invoked by those who posit the existence of a broad international duty to cooperate or a right to solidarity.

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  1. existing outside of or not in accordance with nature
  2. surpassing the ordinary or normal


I eased the door open silently, but the Fool's preternatural awareness served him well.

They are also quite preternaturally ugly, bringing a rude abbreviation to the extension of the leg and drawing attention to the unbeautiful formlessness of the shoe, and the cheapness of its material and fabrication.

One week after this story was written, the top 20 pop albums in the United States included records by fresh-faced adolescents the Beatles, teen sensation Bob Seger, twentysomething heartthrob Frank Sinatra, a barely-postpubescent but preternaturally-talented Bob Marley, recent high school graduate Rod Stewart, former boy band member Johnny Cash, newly-discovered youth sensation Barry White, and a band whose name is synonymous with "teenage rebellion": Pink Floyd.

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