The bane of my existence is the synopses that publishers request for a new novel or series.
Flash forward 65 years and the world votes Palestine into existence, albeit as an observer state.
Her father, she says, was never interested in her existence.
They must judge wisely and they must judge roundly—they must judge the alps of junk straight out of existence.
The legislator does not enact the revolution; he or she only confirms its existence.
Hope is perhaps inseparable from the existence of the passion of love.
To Kate, for instance, she was a necessity of existence, like light or air.
This matter is no longer the source of an additional form of existence.
Even the fertile vale, in the hollow of which it lay, had ceased to have existence.
It is never too late to prove God's existence if the world is created.
late 14c., "reality," from Old French existence, from Medieval Latin existentia/exsistentia, from existentem/exsistentem (nominative existens/exsistens) "existent," present participle of Latin existere/exsistere "stand forth, appear," and, as a secondary meaning, "exist, be;" from ex- "forth" (see ex-) + sistere "cause to stand" (see assist).