Words nearby nonexistence
OTHER WORDS FROM nonexistencenon·ex·ist·ent, adjective
Examples from the Web for nonexistent
Still, the security on the vessels—big or small—is nonexistent.
The freedom of sufferers who may benefit to access it is all but nonexistent.
“They will have to be addressed on both sides of what is at this point a nonexistent border,” he said.
Every protagonist in previous Johnson films have been orphans, or their parents were nonexistent, a recurrent theme in Star Wars.‘Star Wars’ Director Rian Johnson May Bring Balance to the Force|Rich Goldstein|June 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The bit rates were poor, metadata inconsistent or nonexistent.15 Years After Napster: How the Music Service Changed the Industry|Alex Suskind|June 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She never went near Solem any more, and behaved as though he were nonexistent.Look Back on Happiness|Knut Hamsun
"Old Bishop Berkeley would give a nonexistent dime to your nonexistent presence," Anders said gaily.Warm|Robert Sheckley
On April 14 a bill was passed on second reading by the Senate, declaring the treaties with France void and nonexistent.Thomas Jefferson|Gilbert Chinard
Rainfall is heavy during the winter and is infrequent to nonexistent during nearly half the year.Area Handbook for Albania|Eugene K. Keefe
With screaming engine, Herman drove homeward over a nonexistent road.Freudian Slip|Franklin Abel