They were all about putting on glasses and exploring a reality that existed outside of the physical world.
If she had appeared 30 years ago, we would have known only about Lana Del Rey, and Lizzy Grant would never have existed to us.
Years before Facebook existed, she “posted” updates on her life in essays published in newspapers and magazines.
It existed in humans, under the name of Takotsubo cardiomyopathy.
It has existed, over its long history, in both expanded and contracted states in terms of its readership.
Haeckel would hardly have existed if Darwin had not existed.
No one else existed for Tom, and anything he suggested became law.
The Dervish dominion was born of war, existed by war, and fell by war.
They might never have existed, for all the trace he could find of them in the city of a million.
I felt there existed no place for me that I had to drive myself in.
c.1600, from French exister (17c.), from Latin existere/exsistere "to step out, stand forth, emerge, appear; exist, be" (see existence). "The late appearance of the word is remarkable" [OED]. Related: Existed; existing.