We have evolved, sometimes too far, but there is a unique legacy that exists with us today.
Romney is just barely hanging on by the thinnest thread that exists.
“Pour It Up” exists in a magical, ratchet room of requirement.
I reject angrily authority that exists without my respect.
Enough prep-school literature now exists, though, to form an entire course—or even canon—on the subject.
No one at home knows about it, no one so much as suspects that it exists.
Therefore might has made all the right which ever has existed or exists now.
But the Peace has revealed to us that it exists in every people, every one.
The head or coma is that part of the comet which exists round the nucleus.
The source of this information is naturally the Customs Administration, which in Persia exists but in name.
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.