Presentness vs Presentless - What's the difference?

presentness | presentless |


As a noun presentness

is the characteristic of being present, of existing in a place.

As an adjective presentless is

without a present time.

presentness

English

Noun

(-)
  • The characteristic of being present, of existing in a place.
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  • , passage=In recent years, stars have learned that their intense presentness in people‚Äôs daily lives and their access to the uppermost realms of politics, business and the media offer them a peculiar kind of moral position, should they care to use it. }}
  • The characteristic of being present, of the current time.
  • presentless

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • Without a present time.