of the essence

ADJECTIVE
  1. of the greatest importance
    crucial information
    the all-important subject of disarmament
    in chess cool nerves are of the essence
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How To Use of the essence In A Sentence

  • Good communications are of the essence to remain competitive.
  • We have discovered anew that voluntaryism is of the essence of the Gospel.
  • In an information age, where time is of the essence, perhaps Poetry, the very distillation of life itself, has come into its own.
  • At age 88, Grannie sensed that time was of the essence.
  • Total analysis of the essence used in tobacco and statistical analysis of the active ingredient.
  • Does she think this enumeration is an adequate summation of the essence of her day? "Bessie, Nephanie"
  • In any of these discussions, of course, honesty is of the essence.
  • The lawyer's right in criminal suit is the expression of the essence of law of the binary society structure that is as a thing, and the interests and the needs that the material production engenders.
  • That protest is of the essence of true democratic activity is axiomatic.
  • It is clear that, in the development of the safety case regime, time is of the essence.
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