Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not having existence.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Not having existence.

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  • adjective Not existent; not real.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective not having existence or being or actuality

Etymologies

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From non- +‎ existent.

Examples

  • Pawlenty criticized what he called her "nonexistent" record of accomplishment in Congress and history "of misstating and making false statements."

    News - latimes.com

  • Pawlenty criticized what he called her "nonexistent" record of accomplishment in Congress and history "of misstating and making false statements."

    News - latimes.com

  • Pawlenty criticized what he called her "nonexistent" record of accomplishment in Congress and history "of misstating and making false statements."

    News - latimes.com

  • While me and my dad were dressing the deer the heart and lungs were nearly nonexistent from the damage that had been done.

    The "Infallible" Shoulder Shot

  • While me and my dad were dressing the deer the heart and lungs were nearly nonexistent from the damage that had been done.

    The "Infallible" Shoulder Shot

  • The nonexistent is what we have not sufficiently desired.

    2007 September « Becca’s Byline

  • The nonexistent is what we have not sufficiently desired.

    Sunday Scribblings-Power

  • Chalabi himself says his relationship with the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq is now -- quote -- "nonexistent" -- Bill

    CNN Transcript May 21, 2004

  • 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.

    Max Benavidez: Asco Returns Triumphant to LACMA

  • 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.

    Max Benavidez: Asco Returns Triumphant to LACMA

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