[ US /ɛɡˈzɪstəns, ɪɡˈzɪstəns/ ]
[ UK /ɛɡzˈɪstəns/ ]
NOUN
  1. everything that exists anywhere
    the biggest tree in existence
    they study the evolution of the universe
  2. the state or fact of existing
    laws in existence for centuries
    a point of view gradually coming into being
    he appeared on the face of the earth one day
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How To Use existence In A Sentence

  • This does not exclude the existence of pockets of the urban population with unrealized homosexual desires.
  • And its world was a narrow swamp, a grey, nubiferous environment, where it lived its contented, active, idyllic, almost mindless existence. The Voyage of the Space Beagle
  • This platform of existence, many millions of years old, continues today with the gorillas and chimpanzees. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'd live the transient and ephemeral existence of a backpacker for a week, an existence of freedom and simple pleasures.
  • It is difficult to see why dialogue negates or denies the existence of authority.
  • The pursuit of such metaphysical questions is just a high-minded distraction from the more pressing issue of confronting the dilemma of one's existence here and now.
  • For 10,000,000 years during the Miocene, Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs this area was a fiery inferno of constant volcanic activity and magnificent giants such as the Grizaba, La Malinche, Iztaccihuatl, Popocatepetl, Volcan de Toluca and Volcan de Colima, along with thousands of smaller volcanic cones, came into eruptive existence. The geology and geography of Lake Chapala and western Mexico
  • I should have been side by side with you in your existence, having for my only care not to disarrange the cover of my dreadful pit. Les Miserables
  • Of course, the kobold’s nonexistence is no reason to stop playing the game … Matthew Yglesias » The New Atheism
  • Shortly after the demolition of the tower, the reef, as if enraged at having been denied a number of victims owing to the existence of the warning light, trapt the "Winchelsea" as she was swinging up Channel, and smashed her to atoms, with enormous loss of life. Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volume 2 Great Britain and Ireland, Part 2
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