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Definition of Exist

  • To be as a fact and not as a mode; to have an actual or real being, whether material or spiritual.
  • To be manifest in any manner; to continue to be; as, great evils existed in his reign.
  • To live; to have life or the functions of vitality; as, men can not exist in water, nor fishes on land.
  • have an existence, be extant
  • support oneself

How to use exist in a sentence. Exist pronunciation.

It exists because of the efforts of hundreds of volunteers and donations from people in all walks of life.
If this novel really exists, it is surely a strange sensation to know that there is a manuscript which, when published, is certain to be an addition to the world's literature.
Dostoevski is fond of interrupting the course of his narratives with dreams,-dreams that often have no connection with the plot, so far as there may be said to exist a plot,-but dreams of vivid and sharp verisimilitude.
It is a tedious, inartistic novel, with none of the relief that would exist in actual life.
Sanin insists that it is not necessary to have any theory of life, or to be guided by any principle; that God may exist or He may not; He does not at any rate bother about us.
Military discipline still exists, but it is based on threats and dread, and undermined by a dull, mutual hatred. . . .
But he will retain in his power the suspending of those rules when special occasions arise, when the object for which they exist can be better secured by their suspension.
It is a thing which could hardly exist in the practical North; would certainly last but a very brief time; as brief a time as it would last in London.
That this virtue exists is generally accepted; but when it comes to a discussion of how, when and where to chew the nut, much wrangling goes on; and such men as survive in battle claim that their particular method is proved to be the correct one, while such as succumb are cited in proof of the error of their process of absorbing the juices of the juby-juby nut.
No recognized political party exists which does not contain some true principle; which does not respond to some legitimate aspiration of human society.
In giving up my name for yours I should wound, I should cruelly afflict, all the friends who surround me, and, I believe, some who exist no longer.
But there exists, nevertheless, in this code one article, as to which M. de Camors could not deceive himself, and it was that which forbade his attempting to assail the honor of the General under penalty of being in his own eyes, as a gentleman, a felon and foresworn.
I wish I could control the lightning, and in two seconds you would cease to exist.
Although she boasted of being a sceptic, sometimes in the morning she went out, concealed by a thick veil, and entered St. Sulpice, where she confessed and put herself on good terms with God, in case He should exist.
She was now more preoccupied than ever about the relations which she suspected to exist between M. de Camors and Madame de Campvallon.
I have not forgotten it-that we are united by ties stronger than all others; that the world and its laws exist no longer for us; that there is no other good, no other bad for us, but our happiness or our unhappiness?
It certainly must be the largest fish that exists.
He then satisfactorily demonstrated to them that if by any circumstances he were to cease to exist, the whole island would immediately sink under the sea.
They alone were permitted to hear its voice; for the Statue never spoke in public save on rare occasions, and its sentences were then really so extremely commonplace that, had it not been for the deep wisdom of its general conduct, the Vraibleusians would have been almost tempted to believe that they really might exist without the services of the capital member.
They argued that Fashion was a relative quality; that it was quite impossible, and not to be expected, that all people were to aspire to be fashionable; that it was not in the nature of things, and that, if it were, society could not exist; that the more their imitators advanced the more they should baffle their imitations; that a first and fashion able class was a necessary consequence of the organisation of man; and that a line of demarcation would for ever be drawn between them and the other islanders.

Examples of Exist

Example #1
The invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of this agreement shall not void the remaining provisions.
Example #2
If any disclaimer or limitation set forth in this agreement violates the law of the state applicable to this agreement, the agreement shall be interpreted to make the maximum disclaimer or limitation permitted by the applicable state law.
Example #3
It is infinitely more valuable on that account than for any light it may throw on the relations between the two individuals.
Example #4
We must accordingly wait for this book with what patience we can command.
Example #5
Whether these dreams were interjected to deceive the reader, or merely to indulge the novelist's whimsical fancy, is hard to divine; but one always wakes with surprise to find that it is all a dream.
Example #6
To such I suppose the book may seem empty in the centre; to the others it is a room, a house of life, into which they themselves enter, and are purified.