[ US /əˈkɝəns/ ]
[ UK /əkˈɜːɹəns/ ]
NOUN
  1. an instance of something occurring
    the occurrence (or presence) of life on other planets
    a disease of frequent occurrence
  2. an event that happens
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How To Use occurrence In A Sentence

  • There are a great many Rook and pawn endgames, reflecting their common occurrence in tournament practice.
  • The primary outcome was the occurrence of severe clinical events, defined as death or hospital admission irrespective of the cause.
  • Financial exigency could thus join seamlessly with reorganization to become an everyday occurrence.
  • Unpleasant weather conditions prevailed and the players slithering on the greasy surface was a common occurrence.
  • This is a very frequent occurrence, especially with supermarket products.
  • Introduction Familial occurrence of chronic inflammatory bowel disease has been reported in several studies during the past decades.
  • This occurrence, called aspiration, may result in choking, coughing and difficulty breathing. Foreign Objects
  • It's still not possible to accurately predict the occurrence of earthquakes.
  • Both of the three-year trials found that the drug reduced the occurrence of precancerous polyps called adenomas in people at risk for colon cancer," Health Day wrote, "but it more than doubled patients 'risk for heart attack and other serious cardiovascular events. Pfizer Celebrex Lawsuits - 1500 and Counting
  • The occurrence of trees with decumbent stem form was also noted and leaning of the stem from a vertical posture was visually assessed.
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