Examples of existent in a Sentence
I think we should improve existent parks rather than create new ones.
to some people, angels are as existent as aardvarks or astronomers
Recent Examples of existent from the Web
Remember, dragging other people into non-existent drama is never a good look.
Are Rex Tillerson and his non-existent assistant secretaries really supposed to succeed just because America raises its troop level from 8,400 to 13,000?
And that’s not including the embarrassment the U.S. Olympic Committee suffered when its first candidate city, Boston, stepped aside because of tepid — or, some might say, barely existent — public support.
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Origin and Etymology of existent
Latin exsistent-, exsistens, present participle of exsistere
First Known Use: 1535See Words from the same year
EXISTENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of existent for English Language Learners
: having existence : present or real : existing now
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