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Spell check of existent

Correct spelling: existent

animated, active, substantial, living, extant, breathing, sure-enough, thing, actualized, true, existing, veridical, in progress, very, quick, actual, object, present, now, entity, historical, modern-day, material, be, de facto, effective, time, lively, vivacious, factual, alert, immediate, animate, current, individual, subsistent, alive, essential, around, being, contemporary, tangible, actualised, new, live, brisk, literal, real, present-day, something, existence, prevailing, ontological, subsisting, genuine, concrete.

dull, illusory, extinct, possible, vanished, potential, fabricated, inexistent, deceased, missing, pictured, exterminated, spiritless, departed, lost, devoid, platonic, fictional, wanting, assumed, symbolic, alleged, romantic, absent, defunct, envisioned, pretend, chimerical, unreal, invented, made-up, destitute, conjectural, kaput, innocent, ideal, visualized, inanimate, reputed, make-believe, nonextant, suppositional, fanciful, virtual, fictitious, legendary, inert, inactive, supposed, fabled, lacking, gone, abstract, barren, lifeless, nonexistent, theoretical, conceived, idle, destroyed, imagined, hypothetical, dispirited, envisaged, fake, dead, imaginary, free.

Examples of usage:

1) It is apparent, then, why John chooses this title to designate Christ in His pre- existent life. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

2) Otherwise provincial printing outside the Universities was once more non- existent. - "Fine Books", Alfred W. Pollard.

3) This crowd of workmen simply treated Knowlton and me as non- existent, and, if we happened to be in front of them, attempted the physical paradox of walking right through us. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.