Esse in a sentence

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How to use esse in a sentence. Esse pronunciation.

No, not exactly in love, for I've been thinking about what you said as to the difference between love in posse and love in esse, to put it scientifically-between love as a prospect and love as a reality.
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But what brute oblivion he manifests of his own doctrine, in taxing with arrogance any people for claiming one of those results _in esse_, which he himself could see so clearly _in posse!
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Unde doctores catholici dicunt _incommunicabile_ [not common] esse creaturae.
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He had a son, whose name was Tenot Dandin, a lusty, young, sturdy, frisking roister, so help me God! who likewise, in imitation of his peace-making father, would have undertaken and meddled with the making up of variances and deciding of controversies betwixt disagreeing and contentious party-pleaders; as you know, Saepe solet similis esse patri.
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Some authors have mistaken truth for a real thing, when it is nothing but a right method of putting those notions or images of things (in the understanding of man) into the same and order that their originals hold in nature, and therefore Aristotle says Unumquodque sicut habet secundum esse, ita se habet secundum veritatem.
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Solem candentem luminam esse dixisset.
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Plato Solem & Lunam caeteris Planetis inferiores esse putavit.
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N.B. PUNCHINELLO begs to give notice that he doesn't keep a detective police agency, but the gentleman in question is said to be in _Esse_.
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But it is proverbial that the youngest son in a large family is commonly the man of the greatest talents in it; and as good an authority as Vanini has said—“incalescere in venerem ardentius, spei sobolis injuriosum esse.
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Mr Sharnall would sometimes join them for a few minutes, but Lord Blandamer never appeared quite at his ease when the organist was present; and Westray could not help thinking that Mr Sharnall was sometimes tactless, and even rude, considering that he was beholden to Lord Blandamer for new pedals and new bellows and a water-engine _in esse_, and for the entire repair of the organ _in posse_. "I can't help being `beholden to him,' as you genteelly put it," Mr Sharnall said one evening, when Lord Blandamer had gone.
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Hottentottos ad Caput bonae spei degentes, difficillime sibi persuadebunt, has eosdem habere natales; vel si virginem nobilem aulicam, maxime comtam et humanissimam, conferre vellent cum homine sylvestri et sibi relicto, vix augurari possent, hunc et illam ejusdem esse speciei.-'Linnaei Amoenitates Acad.
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PUNCHINELLO begs to give notice that he doesn't keep a detective police agency, but the gentleman in question is said to be in _Esse_.
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Famous utterance, yet of so dubious omen!-To gar auto voein estin te kai einai +-idem est enim cogitare et esse.
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She is-described as being "_Admodum morosa, ut de Xantippe Socratis philosophi conjuge scriptum esse legimus,_" according to Giannozzo Manetti.
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Alexander Severus in Codex, viii, 38, 2: Libera matrimonia esse antiquitus placuit, etc.
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Iudex adulterii ante oculos habere debet et inquirere, an maritus pudice vivens mulieri quoque bonos mores colendi auctor fuerit periniquum enim videtur esse, ut pudicitiam vir ab uxore exigat, quam ipse non exhibeat.
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Scis improbum esse qui ab uxore pudicitiam exigit, ipse alienarum corruptor uxorum.
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However, in another poem he acknowledges that there is nothing more beautiful than a good woman: In cunctis quae dante Deo concessa videntur Usibus humanis, nil pulchrius esse putamus, Nil melius muliere bona, etc.
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Nos enim hac lege id praecipue custodiendum esse decrevimus, ut ex quocumque coniugio suscepti filii patrum suorum sponsalicias retineant facilitates.
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Feminae dum maritantur, ideo velantur, ut noverint se semper viris suis subditas esse et humiles.
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Examples of Esse

Example #1
Then, after a brief silence: "Yet, curiously, it was that woman with whom I fell in love.
Example #2
Those lovers mistook love's promise to come for fulfillment.
Example #3
No: the man speaks bare truth.
Example #4
Talk no more of freedom, or of a pure religion, as fountains of a moral pre-eminence, if those who have possessed them in combination for the longest space of time may not, without arrogance, claim the vanward place amongst the nations of Europe.
Example #5
Thus Drusius (Tetragrammaton, sive de Nomine Dei proprio, p. 108) says, "Nomen quatuor literarum proprie et absolute non tribui nisi Deo vero.
Example #6
It was proper to the true God alone.