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adjective. ['ˌnɑːnəgˈzɪstənt'] not having existence or being or actuality.
- existent (English)
- existens (Latin)
- non- (English)
- non (Latin)
Rhymes with Nonexistent
How do you spell nonexistent? Is it non-existant ?
A common misspelling of nonexistent is non-existant
Sentences with nonexistent
You may be nonexistent on his social networking page.
2. Noun, singular or mass
Check the collector rings for excessive dirt if both the weld and power output are low or nonexistent.
Quotes about nonexistent
1. I dodged behind Mac for cover and refused to take the bait. I glanced at my nonexistent watch. 'Oops, look at the time. Guess I have to be going now. Let's not do this again sometime, okay?'Before I could move, Pritkin was there, jamming the medallion into the skin of my upper arm.'Ow!'He looked at me expectantly. I glared at him. 'That hurt!'What do you see?'A big red mark,
- Karen Chance, Claimed By Shadow
2. Man’s glory lies not, Lincoln thought, in ‘his goodness,’ for this is often nonexistent. He derives glory, instead, from his being made in the image of the Living God.
- Joe L. Wheeler, Abraham Lincoln, a Man of Faith and Courage: Stories of Our Most Admired President
3. Even corpses had purpose, or could be given one. A man could make himself an island his entire life, only to have reason itself laid about him, a fabricated existence. Identity became relative, history nonexistent. As they said, dead men told no tales.
- Chris Galford, The Hollow March