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in- +‎ existent

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inexistent (not comparable)

  1. Nonexistent.
    • Sir Thomas Browne
      And first, although there were more things in nature than words which did expresse them, yet even in these mute and silent discourses, to expresse complexed significations, they took a liberty to compound and piece together creatures of allowable formes unto mixtures inexistent []

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inexistent (masculine and feminine plural inexistents)

  1. nonexistent
    Antonym: existent

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