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- adj. Not existent; not real.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not having existence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not having existence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not having existence or being or actuality
Pawlenty criticized what he called her "nonexistent" record of accomplishment in Congress and history "of misstating and making false statements."
While me and my dad were dressing the deer the heart and lungs were nearly nonexistent from the damage that had been done.
The nonexistent is what we have not sufficiently desired.
Chalabi himself says his relationship with the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq is now -- quote -- "nonexistent" -- Bill
Asco also created evocative titles, such as "A La Mode" and "No Tip," that referred to nonexistent films while constructing themselves as film stars in the process.
State-run media is calling nonexistent American intervention "intolerable."
With Ubuntu, Flash was ages behind, and Shockwave was nonexistent, which is a major negative for me.
What I think that Bill means is that, whether the science is wrong or nonexistent, that is not enough legal justification to keep it out of public schools.
Thus, in order to take the idea of nonexistent objects seriously, one has to give up views held by important philosophers about the nature of existence and adopt the view that existence is some kind of predicate of individuals.
This may seem paradoxal, but the absolute, objective, truth may be hidden or nonexistent, which is not certain.