English words and Examples of Usage

use "exist" in a sentence

It's a made-up word based on a creature that doesn't exist.

Broadly, two potential avenues exist for "the new Dell" to succeed.

It's not that those workers don't exist somewhere, the experts say.

Officials said smoky conditions will likely exist for the next week.

These risks exist today with or without the cloud," Miles explained.

Own axe to grind "Turkish Stream doesn't exist," Hochstein commented.

They can't say you have no right to exist, so you can redevelop them.

Presently, we like to pretend rather literally that it doesn't exist.

It was as if Taiwan as an area of study could not exist without China.

“The word ‘company’ doesn’t need to exist in a market logic,” he said.

In Polynesia the perception of 'big is beautiful' does exist, he says.

This file may not exist here (depending on how you rooted the device).

Similar but smaller networks exist in other Cuban cities and provinces.

I didn’t even know there was such a thing but they apparently do exist.

Latinos have to exert themselves in every state they exist, Garcia said.

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