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occurrent

/ (əˈkʌrənt) /
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adjective
philosophy (of a property) relating to some observable feature of its bearerCompare disposition (def. 4)
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How to use occurrent in a sentence

  • No sword, inasmuch as there will be neither enemy nor evil occurrent throughout all that blissful, sunny region.

    The Assembly of God|C. (Charles) H. (Henry) Mackintosh
  • Haec omnia primus construxit et demonstravit, et praeterea alia multa quae (quia legentibus occurrent et minoris sunt) praetereo.

  • But David desired to build a house, and find a resting-place for God, while there were both "enemies and evil occurrent."

    Life and Times of David|Charles Henry Mackintosh
  • David had to grapple with enemies; Solomon was able to say, "There is neither enemy nor evil occurrent."

    Life and Times of David|Charles Henry Mackintosh
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