nonexistent

Nonexistent vs Lacking - What's the difference?

nonexistent | lacking |


As an adjective nonexistent

is not existent; not real.

As a verb lacking is

.

As a noun lacking is

the absence of something; a lack.

Absent vs Nonexistent - What's the difference?

absent | nonexistent |


As adjectives the difference between absent and nonexistent

is that absent is (not comparable) being away from a place; withdrawn from a place; not present; missing while nonexistent is not existent; not real.

As a noun absent

is (obsolete) absentee; a person who is away on occasion .

As a preposition absent

is (legal) in the absence of; without .

As a verb absent

is (transitive|now|reflexive) keep away; stay away; go away .

Nothing vs Nonexistent - What's the difference?

nothing | nonexistent | Related terms |

Nothing is a related term of nonexistent.


As a pronoun nothing

is not any thing; no thing.

As a noun nothing

is something trifling, or of no consequence or importance.

As an adverb nothing

is (archaic) not at all; in no way.

As an adjective nonexistent is

not existent; not real.

Not_anyone vs Nonexistent - What's the difference?

not_anyone | nonexistent | Related terms |

Not_anyone is a related term of nonexistent.


As an adjective nonexistent is

not existent; not real.

Not_a_soul vs Nonexistent - What's the difference?

not_a_soul | nonexistent | Related terms |

Not_a_soul is a related term of nonexistent.


As an adjective nonexistent is

not existent; not real.

Nonexistent vs Unreal - What's the difference?

nonexistent | unreal |


As adjectives the difference between nonexistent and unreal

is that nonexistent is not existent; not real while unreal is fake; not real.

Asd vs Nonexistent - What's the difference?

asd | nonexistent |


As an initialism asd

is activity support date (af).

As an adjective nonexistent is

not existent; not real.

Scratch vs Nonexistent - What's the difference?

scratch | nonexistent |


As adjectives the difference between scratch and nonexistent

is that scratch is for or consisting of preliminary or tentative, incomplete, etc work while nonexistent is not existent; not real.

As a verb scratch

is to rub a surface with a sharp object, especially by a living creature to remove itching with nails, claws, etc.

As a noun scratch

is (lb) a disruption, mark or shallow cut on a surface made by scratching.

Not_anything vs Nonexistent - What's the difference?

not_anything | nonexistent | Related terms |

Not_anything is a related term of nonexistent.


As an adjective nonexistent is

not existent; not real.

None vs Nonexistent - What's the difference?

None | nonexistent | Synonyms |

None is a synonym of nonexistent.


As a noun None

is an interval of 13 (kleine none'') or 14 (''große none ) half-tones.

As an adjective nonexistent is

not existent; not real.

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