come into existence


: to begin to exist : to come to have actual being
long before the country had come into existence

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web The academic research community is of course a huge part of how subsequent generations of robots come into existence. IEEE Spectrum, 12 Aug. 2022 The Inspector General for the NYPD almost didn’t come into existence. Topher Sanders, ProPublica, 15 Apr. 2021 According to the same report, five new water recycling plants will be commissioned by 2022, to complement 90 smaller-scale recycling facilities that have come into existence since 2015. Ian Palmer, Forbes, 3 Apr. 2021 The importance of Tim Cook’s speech was the recognition that Silicon Valley itself could never have come into existence in the current climate. WIRED, 15 Jan. 2023 Now is their opportunity to make that mark and to see that vision of a better world, a more humane and just world, come into existence. Globe Staff,, 12 Jan. 2023 The organization had come into existence after Monday’s military takeover. New York Times, 6 Feb. 2021 Also, sports bras, which didn’t come into existence until the 1970s. Susan Lacke, Outside Online, 11 Oct. 2019 Obtaining such a clear image of this young star trio is providing astronomers with new insights into how multi-star systems come into existence. Carl Engelking, Discover Magazine, 26 Oct. 2016 See More

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“Come into existence.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 5 Jun. 2023.

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