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Usage examples for existence

  1. If there were any y in existence, some of them would be x". – Symbolic Logic by Lewis Carroll
  2. Was it possible that her existence meant so much to him? – God's Good Man by Marie Corelli
  3. It is possible that Stapleton did not know of the existence of an heir in Canada. – The Hound of the Baskervilles by A. Conan Doyle
  4. I never knew of your existence till yesterday. – The Bartlett Mystery by Louis Tracy
  5. This was the glorious day of Quesada's existence, his glorious and last day. – The Bible in Spain by George Borrow
  6. At first he could see very little; but there could be no doubt that he was in a room which seemed to be of large extent, and for the existence of which he could by no means account. – Archibald Malmaison by Julian Hawthorne
  7. Their existence had been known for only eight years. – Novice by James H. Schmitz
  8. The only way to account for its present existence is that there is something about it that is not so easily seen. – Humanly Speaking by Samuel McChord Crothers
  9. " John's existence will be made miserable by this new honor thrust upon him," she thought. – The Story of a Doctor's Telephone--Told by His Wife by Ellen M. Firebaugh
  10. They are free from the burden of human existence. – The Sources Of Religious Insight by Josiah Royce
  11. Well, I shall never forget how I found out its existence. – The Thousandth Woman by Ernest W. Hornung
  12. It is part of our very existence here, sorrow and trouble without any end. – The Soul of a People by H. Fielding
  13. Can any man doubt its existence? – The American Reformed Cattle Doctor by George Dadd
  14. Is it possible that it could have been in existence and not brought to the notice of the King? – The Mystery of Francis Bacon by William T. Smedley
  15. Only I alone did not think, did not dream that this would be my future existence. – Letters of a Javanese Princess by Raden Adjeng Kartini Commentator: Louis Couperus
  16. That is, I think, the real human existence. – The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters by George Sand, Gustave Flaubert Translated by A.L. McKensie
  17. She had forgotten Mortimer's existence. – The Sisters-In-Law by Gertrude Atherton
  18. Some one well acquainted with the existence of this door and who had means of opening it. – The Mystery of the Hasty Arrow by Anna Katharine Green
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