misspelling of existence
The state of being, existing, or occurring; beinghood.
‘In order to destroy evil, we must first acknowledge its existence.’;
Empirical reality; the substance of the physical universe. (Dictionary of Philosophy; 1968)
The state of existing or being; actual possession of being; continuance in being; as, the existence of body and of soul in union; the separate existence of the soul; immortal existence.
‘The main object of our existence.’;
Continued or repeated manifestation; occurrence, as of events of any kind; as, the existence of a calamity or of a state of war.
‘The existence therefore, of a phenomenon, is but another word for its being perceived, or for the inferred possibility of perceiving it.’;
That which exists; a being; a creature; an entity; as, living existences.
the state or fact of existing;
‘a point of view gradually coming into being’; ‘laws in existence for centuries’;
everything that exists anywhere;
‘they study the evolution of the universe’; ‘the biggest tree in existence’;
the fact or state of living or having objective reality
‘the organization has been in existence for fifteen years’;
‘she kept the company alive when its very existence was threatened’;
a way of living
‘our stressed-out urban existence’;
(in certain beliefs) any of a person's successive earthly lives
‘a person may be reaping the consequences of evil deeds sown in previous existences’;
all that exists
‘he believed in the essential unity of all existence’;
something that exists; a being.
Existence is the ability of an entity to interact with physical or mental reality. In philosophy, it refers to the ontological property of being.