existent Definition

  • 1having reality or being; present in time and space
  • 2currently or actually existing

Using existent: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "existent" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The company's financial problems are still existent.

  • Example

    The evidence for his guilt is existent but not conclusive.

  • Example

    The threat of climate change is existent and urgent.

existent Synonyms and Antonyms

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Phrases with existent

  • the state of being present or actually existing


    The existent state of the economy is worrisome.

  • something that is real or actually exists


    The existent things in the room were a table, a chair, and a lamp.

  • existent being

    a living creature or entity that is currently present or actually exists


    Humans are examples of existent beings on Earth.

Origins of existent

from Latin 'existentem', meaning 'existent'


Summary: existent in Brief

The term 'existent' [ɪɡˈzɪstənt] refers to something that has reality or is present in time and space. It can describe something that is currently or actually existing, such as 'The company's financial problems are still existent.' 'Existent' is often used in phrases like 'existent state,' which refers to the state of being present or actually existing.