Universe vs Vacuist - What's the difference?

universe | vacuist |


As a proper noun universe

is the sum of everything that exists in the cosmos, including time and space itself.

As a noun vacuist is

one who holds the doctrine that the space between the bodies of the universe, or the molecules and atoms of matter, is a vacuum.

universe

English

Alternative forms

* Universe (dated or religious)

Noun

(en noun)
  • The sum of everything that exists in the cosmos, including time and space itself; same as the Universe.
  • I think that the universe was created by a life force rather than a deity .
  • An entity similar to our Universe; one component of a larger entity known as the multiverse.
  • Everything under consideration.
  • In all this universe of possibilities, there is only one feasible option.
  • An imaginary collection of worlds.
  • The universe in this comic book series is richly imagined.
  • Intense form of world in the sense of perspective or social setting.
  • That didn’t just rock my world, it rocked my universe .

    Derived terms

    * clockwork universe * known universe * observable universe * parallel universe * physical universe * universe of discourse

    See also

    * om * (disambig) * (projectlink) * * ----

    vacuist

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • One who holds the doctrine that the space between the bodies of the universe, or the molecules and atoms of matter, is a vacuum.
  • See also

    * plenist (Webster 1913)