non-existent


non-existent
adjective
Syn:
imaginary, imagined, unreal, fictional, fictitious, made up, invented, fanciful, mythical, illusory
Ant:
real

Synonyms and antonyms dictionary. 2014.

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  • non-existent — also nonexistent, 1650s (n.), 1680s (adj.), from NON (Cf. non ) + EXISTENT (Cf. existent) …   Etymology dictionary

  • non-existent — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not existing or not real or present. DERIVATIVES non existence noun …   English terms dictionary

  • non-existent — adj. VERBS ▪ be ▪ become ▪ Typewriters have become almost non existent in offices. ADVERB ▪ completely ▪ The hotel tu …   Collocations dictionary

  • non-existent — ADJ If you say that something is non existent, you mean that it does not exist when you feel that it should. Hygiene was non existent: no running water, no bathroom... You ll take everything you re offered yet your own generosity is virtually non …   English dictionary

  • non-existent */ — UK / US adjective not real, or not present. This word is often used about something that should be present but is not almost/virtually non existent: Wildlife is virtually non existent in this area. Derived word: non existence noun uncountable …   English dictionary

  • non-existent — adjective not existing or not real or present. Derivatives non existence noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • non-existent — adj. not existing. Derivatives: non existence n …   Useful english dictionary

  • non-existent — does not exist …   English contemporary dictionary

  • List of non-existent countries — is about those countries that have only existed on paper, are now a part of other countries, or were a front for various types of fraud. Aborted Countries These countries were never born:* British Esfiga, Britannica, Borelia, Cabotia, Victoralia …   Wikipedia

  • non — non·bank; non·belligerent; non·book; non·combatant; non·combustible; non·committal; non·conformist; non·de·script; non·effective; non·essential; non·existent; non·immune; non·interventionist; non·ionic; non·ju·rant; non·literate; non·metallic;… …   English syllables