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Absence vs. Inexistence

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Absencenoun

A state of being away or withdrawn from a place or from companionship; the period of being away.

‘Absence makes the heart grow fonder.’;

Inexistencenoun

The state of not being, not existing, or not being perceptible.

Absencenoun

Failure to be present where one is expected, wanted, or needed; nonattendance; deficiency.

Inexistencenoun

The state of existing in something

Absencenoun

Lack; deficiency; nonexistence.

‘He had an absence of enthusiasm.’;

Inexistencenoun

That which exists within; a constituent.

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Absencenoun

Inattention to things present; abstraction (of mind).

‘absence of mind’;

Inexistencenoun

Inherence; subsistence.

Absencenoun

(medical) Temporary loss or disruption of consciousness, with sudden onset and recovery, and common in epilepsy.

Inexistencenoun

Lack of being or existence.

Absencenoun

(fencing) Lack of contact between blades.

Absencenoun

A state of being absent or withdrawn from a place or from companionship; - opposed to presence.

‘Not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence.’;

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Absencenoun

Want; destitution; withdrawal.

Absencenoun

Inattention to things present; abstraction (of mind); as, absence of mind.

‘To conquer that abstraction which is called absence.’;

Absencenoun

the state of being absent;

‘he was surprised by the absence of any explanation’;

Absencenoun

failure to be present

Absencenoun

the time interval during which something or somebody is away;

‘he visited during my absence’;

Absencenoun

epilepsy characterized by paroxysmal attacks of brief clouding of consciousness (a possible other abnormalities)

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Absencenoun

the state of being away from a place or person

‘the letter had arrived during his absence’; ‘I supervised the rehearsal in the absence of the director’;

Absencenoun

an occasion or period of being away from a place or person

‘repeated absences from school’;

Absencenoun

the non-existence or lack of

‘she found his total absence of facial expression disconcerting’;

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