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Pronunciation:

[ɛ_ɡ_z_ˈɪ_s_t_ə_n_s], [ɛɡzˈɪstəns], [ɛɡzˈɪstəns]
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Synonyms for Existence:

existence (noun) presence (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Existence:

  • exisitng,
  • exsistense,
  • exsitent,
  • exstends,
  • exstink,
  • aqssistance,
  • exestence,
  • exhistence,
  • exstensive,
  • exsperance,
  • existeing,
  • inexistence,
  • exstenders,
  • existancy,
  • exspirence,
  • exstinsive,
  • existamce,
  • exsuberence,
  • exiestance,
  • exisitace,
  • assestence,
  • existece,
  • exitense,
  • exspeince,
  • exstended,
  • existant,
  • exceptance,
  • igsistance,
  • extance,
  • exstoanraner,
  • existience,
  • exstencie,
  • existinng,
  • equadistance,
  • existsing,
  • exisistance,
  • existenc,
  • exspence,
  • exspireance,
  • excistence,
  • exsprince,
  • existinf,
  • exstened,
  • exsistence,
  • aqqaintence,
  • exstacy,
  • excistanse,
  • extensie,
  • existance,
  • exstanged,
  • tehexistence,
  • assistency,
  • existantance,
  • existits,
  • exxtensive,
  • asistanace,
  • existdences,
  • asistance,
  • extince,
  • exceeddance,
  • existace,
  • exsistance,
  • exintance,
  • exsistaance,
  • existin,
  • exisistence,
  • existances,
  • exceedance,
  • exceptence,
  • existince,
  • exitance,
  • exsitense,
  • exixtance,
  • axcidance,
  • accistance,
  • exisence,
  • exsistances,
  • assisstence,
  • exhistant,
  • exstingust,
  • exhistance,
  • assistnce,
  • exeptence,
  • exstinguser,
  • exstemely,
  • excitedness,
  • coexistance,
  • excistance,
  • exsistens,
  • existansce,
  • ecxstecy,
  • exisitance,
  • expidence,
  • excistent,
  • extistence,
  • existenial,
  • existinig,
  • assistence,
  • exestince,
  • exsistans,
  • exserience,
  • exstence,
  • exspeiance,
  • exzistance,
  • exsistng,
  • exspenes,
  • exsprence,
  • existice,
  • existenance,
  • exictance,
  • exspense,
  • exstange,
  • exspeience,
  • extense,
  • exitence,
  • exstinc,
  • exspeaience,
  • excerience,
  • existene,
  • asisitance,
  • exsistince,
  • coexsistance,
  • existenz,
  • existiance,
  • exspearance,
  • existencial,
  • exciteothers,
  • exstenion,
  • exstance,
  • exixtence,
  • assisitence,
  • exsistent,
  • existanse,
  • existnace,
  • exserancs,
  • exidence,
  • exsitence,
  • existane,
  • existants,
  • extistant,
  • extence,
  • exictence,
  • existng,
  • existnce,
  • egsistance,
  • exseriance,
  • exisitinf,
  • existens,
  • existennce,
  • existen,
  • exspreance,
  • existings,
  • exisitence,
  • exsistences,
  • exsitance,
  • exspierence,
  • exsitng,
  • exstincked,
  • existanece,
  • existense,
  • exeistant,
  • exstience,
  • exceeddauces,
  • exstencive,
  • exsentence,
  • existensial,
  • exeptance,
  • excistant,
  • asiistance,
  • extistance,
  • exsternal,
  • exspance,
  • existeance,
  • asistence,
  • esistence,
  • existente,
  • exstacey,
  • exspanse,
  • excitance,
  • existnece,
  • existatnt,
  • asistancew,
  • exisitent,
  • exceptnace,
  • exciteness,
  • exestance,
  • exisatance,
  • exisrence,
  • exitsence,
  • exsitince,
  • egxistent,
  • existatant,
  • exstanist,
  • exisitin,
  • existxs,
  • exsteranl.

Rhymes for Existence:

  1. distance;
  2. resistance, insistence, persistence, assistance, consistence, subsistence;
  3. coexistence;

Quotes for Existence:

  1. After an existence of nearly 20 years of almost innocuous desuetude, these laws are brought forth. Grover Cleveland.
  2. An 'unemployed' existence is a worse negation of life than death itself. Jose Ortega y Gasset.
  3. Behind me the branches of a wasted and sterile existence are cracking. Gustav Mahler.

Idioms of Existence:

  1. in existence
  2. come into existence

Adjectives for Existence:

  • purely abstract and typical,
  • postmortal robotic,
  • physically austere,
  • dull and safe,
  • cursory intellectual,
  • rhysical,
  • interesting and cozy,
  • peaceful and rational,
  • increasingly amoral,
  • complex and increasingly amoral,
  • recognizably mundane,
  • economic and communal,
  • pleasant, iconoclastic,
  • tively safe and happy,
  • tively safe,
  • already nightmarish,
  • nearly animal-like,
  • normal, day-today,
  • dull, unexplored,
  • overly lengthy,
  • humble, private,
  • mutually contradictory and exclusive,
  • awful, meaningless,
  • dangerous and fugitive,
  • ut\-terly nocturnal,
  • fleeting and futile,
  • long vicefreegal,
  • vicefreegal,
  • vibrant, brutal,
  • ghoulishly vital,
  • long and ghoulishly vital,
  • insubstantial previous,
  • best ethereal,
  • previous drab,
  • actual, tenuous,
  • heartily enjoyable,
  • sudden concrete,
  • blatantly self-indulgent,
  • distant and infinitely superior,
  • harsh, degrading,
  • nightmarish, pained,
  • diseased and nightmarish,
  • pallid, stale,
  • unjust, heartless,
  • cloistered sterile,
  • parasitical, precarious,
  • cold, purposeless,
  • unformed, chaotic,
  • pre-war economic,
  • forlorn and obscure,
  • meaningless, uninspired,
  • fuller animal,
  • partially amphibious,
  • whimsical and purely dramatic,
  • lowest positive,
  • hard nomadic,
  • buoyant and pure,
  • otherwise happy and peaceful,
  • sad, second-rate,
  • independent substantive,
  • still colloquial,
  • pitiful and forlorn,
  • empty and troubled,
  • shallow, empty and troubled,
  • hollow, uncertain,
  • unreasoning and irresponsible,
  • contemplative and useless,
  • short but investigative,
  • precarious vicarial,
  • separate or finite,
  • apparently separate or finite,
  • finite and individual,
  • gray, conscientious,
  • integral, independent,
  • narrow, penurious,
  • literary and interior,
  • sacrosanct but entirely unjustifiable,
  • absurd, farcical,
  • purposeless, needless,
  • drearily monotonous,
  • utilitarian and monotonous,
  • independent but precarious,
  • sorry and ill-starred,
  • idle mindless,
  • cloudy but innocuous,
  • stagnant listless,
  • monotonous ecclesiastical,
  • past eternal,
  • free, harmonious and beautiful,
  • independent, immaterial,
  • dazzling, impersonal,
  • unbroken corporate,
  • completely spiritual and sensuous,
  • immediate and unconscious,
  • merely immediate and unconscious,
  • abstract, independent,
  • universal and substantial,
  • independently universal and substantial,
  • independently universal,
  • potent and animated,
  • abnormal monstrous,
  • calm and limited,
  • mysterious and double,
  • logical or abstracted,
  • merely logical or abstracted,
  • passionate condensed,
  • harsh and callous,
  • sensually efficient,
  • mere contiguous,
  • complex and monotonous,
  • exceedingly narrow and limited,
  • consistent and well-defined,
  • characterless absolute,
  • temporary and relative,
  • frail and unquiet,
  • peaceful and merry,
  • continuous municipal,
  • equally vacuous,
  • calm, satisfactory,
  • inactive, useless,
  • mystic, ecstatic,
  • oppressed, hideous,
  • ancient and aimless,
  • perfectly inactive,
  • vagrant sunshiny,
  • conscious, continuous,
  • empirical and immediate,
  • individual and contingent,
  • unpleasantly eventful,
  • fairly genuine,
  • gay and feverish,
  • conscious, separate,
  • irish every-day,
  • vagrant, sunshiny,
  • busy, sordid,
  • nebulous secondary,
  • gay helter-skelter,
  • apparently unsuspected,
  • dull joyless,
  • precarious and unintelligible,
  • joyous ephemeral,
  • ideal, extra-temporal,
  • transient and apparential,
  • inert, semi-feudal,
  • open-air, nomadic,
  • independent, political,
  • delightful and proud,
  • highest or universal,
  • impersonal and yet desirable,
  • domestic, every-day,
  • futile, monotonous,
  • sheer decent,
  • glorious care-free,
  • mysterious ideal,
  • comparatively unimportant and commonplace,
  • permanent and corporate,
  • pure felicitous,
  • uninterested, unemployed,
  • careless and unfettered,
  • bright and birdlike,
  • wholesome and complete,
  • eternal peaceful,
  • protracted and miserable,
  • wholesomely sane,
  • peacefully placid,
  • placid organic,
  • solitary and bookish,
  • young, uneventful,
  • heretofore prosaic,
  • easy-going, bohemian,
  • everlasting blissful,
  • aimless and indolent,
  • grand, independent,
  • careless, rootless,
  • externally easy and happy,
  • externally easy,
  • vulgar, every-day,
  • baser present,
  • happy sugary,
  • frugal but peaceful,
  • fresh and actual,
  • narrow and uneventful,
  • interminable and actual,
  • practically unnamed,
  • unknown and practically unnamed,
  • independent vigorous,
  • material and animated,
  • sluggish and uneventful,
  • precarious and inglorious,
  • subterbestial,
  • external, spatial,
  • uncomfortable but pleasant,
  • sterile and unlucky,
  • happy sensuous,
  • practical or conventional,
  • desultory, obscure,
  • own apparitional,
  • often narrow and sordid,
  • entirely self-absorbed,
  • regular and entirely self-absorbed,
  • temporary, provisional,
  • corporate and communal,
  • calm, sheep-like,
  • painful and harder,
  • silly purposeless,
  • actual illustrious,
  • eternal and independent,
  • single and infinite,
  • brighter, grander,
  • furtive defiant,
  • endless and progressive,
  • useful, normal,
  • animal, material,
  • respectable but unseen,
  • doubtful and feeble,
  • burdensome and worthless,
  • enlightened racial,
  • perfectly harmless and peaceful,
  • prescriptive ideal,
  • substantial and formal,
  • poetic, graceful,
  • strenuous and economical,
  • progressive, immortal,
  • individual, corporate or public,
  • unheroic, incomplete,
  • political and alcoholic,
  • limited and almost unconscious,
  • mournful and inert,
  • chaotic, untidy,
  • customary vegetative,
  • intricate and enigmatical,
  • frothy, neurotic,
  • purposeless, parasitic,
  • sordid and impoverished,
  • useless and monotonous,
  • whole erratic,
  • unbroken, self-conscious,
  • vacant, joyless,
  • padded and luxurious,
  • amphibious and wretched,
  • arid and idle,
  • narrow, humble,
  • remote and indistinct,
  • actual, permanent,
  • pastoral and dull,
  • next and happier,
  • inscrutable and inaccessible,
  • ornithological and botanical,
  • unnatural and inexplicable,
  • supremely different,
  • true and really absolute,
  • singularly active and typical,
  • occasional or indeed frequent,
  • exclusive and somewhat supercilious,
  • insipid and monotonous,
  • double legal,
  • present idyllic,
  • drab, toilsome,
  • previous and different,
  • easy, parasitic,
  • quiet circumscribed,
  • unnatural, purposeless,
  • individual sensual,
  • individual, closest,
  • independent and physical,
  • obscure and problematic,
  • integral and real,
  • positive and external,
  • penurious and helpless,
  • mysterious previous,
  • peaceful but monotonous,
  • solitary, aimless,
  • far-reaching contemporary,
  • monotonous, unrelieved,
  • desultory and precarious,
  • artificial, selfish,
  • shadowy and forlorn,
  • delightful and god-like,
  • short but miserable,
  • ephemeral and illusory,
  • self-conscious, ideal,
  • romantic and fevered,
  • artificial and passionate,
  • selfish, soft,
  • lawless, emotional,
  • facile and superficial,
  • arboreal or sylvan,
  • care-free and opulent,
  • listless, garrulous,
  • incessantly unsteady,
  • new, cramped,
  • every-day natural,
  • indolent, mindless,
  • real or equally ideal,
  • wretched circumscribed,
  • independent, abstract,
  • slipshod, easygoing,
  • slow and nearly motionless,
  • separate or tangible,
  • fleeting and feverish,
  • necessarily lawless,
  • hard-working, purposeful,
  • monotonously happy and lazy,
  • unconditionally necessary,
  • possible average,
  • monotonous, domestic,
  • joyous innocent,
  • previous luxurious,
  • inferior subjective,
  • unconditioned, absolute,
  • pathetic and fugitive,
  • dark and material,
  • present migratory,
  • consolidated and independent,
  • idyllic, carefree,
  • less rough-and-tumble,
  • intimate, easy,
  • flat uneventful,
  • intellectual routine,
  • conceptual and logical,
  • mathematical logical,
  • middle-class, everyday,
  • fundamentally continuous,
  • perfect and intelligent,
  • illusory and fleeting,
  • internal and individual,
  • strictly internal and individual,
  • real cubic,
  • solitary and bitter,
  • turbulent, cosmopolitan,
  • previous and unreal,
  • dull and troubled,
  • vulgar, bourgeois,
  • repugnant, deplorable,
  • tranquil sane,
  • actual or definable,
  • actual and indubitable,
  • crabbed intellectual,
  • independent, care-free,
  • laborious and quiet,
  • sordid and gilded,
  • real, separate,
  • false, fruitless,
  • unsettled, precarious,
  • healthy, civilized,
  • everlasting, ceaseless,
  • miserable, artificial,
  • imperfect, unstable,
  • true, divine and happy,
  • adventurous, migratory,
  • usually restless and dangerous,
  • rather limited and precarious,
  • voluptuous, sensuous,
  • inane, prosaic,
  • hearty full-bodied,
  • carefree companionable,
  • well-kept literary,
  • disembodied spiritual,
  • regular, exemplary,
  • quiet, profitable,
  • wretched and monotonous,
  • peaceful or jovial,
  • romantic, parasitical,
  • troubled and frail,
  • restless and unnatural,
  • transient individual,
  • better or even tolerable,
  • tumultuous separate,
  • aerial or terrestrial,
  • uninterrupted sentient,
  • completely terrestrial and similar,
  • human or mundane,
  • present unsmiling,
  • separate supernatural,
  • remote and airy,
  • peaceful, care-free,
  • dreary and aimless,
  • conventional routine,
  • colorless, vegetative,
  • shadowy, phenomenal,
  • sane, regular,
  • different and thrilling,
  • totally different and thrilling,
  • active and unsettled,
  • constantly active and unsettled,
  • bare and aimless,
  • absolutely animal,
  • national separate,
  • snug and idle,
  • southern outdoor,
  • forlorn, unoccupied,
  • lazy, unwholesome,
  • legal or separate,
  • unconventional, open-air,
  • troubled and subordinate,
  • reputable and free,
  • homogeneous free,
  • useful self-sustaining,
  • mute, maimed,
  • peaceful and idyllic,
  • poor, brutish,
  • joint rational,
  • subterranean larval,
  • separate previous,
  • solitary, virginal,
  • intangible and slender,
  • separate suprasensual,
  • illegal but rather creditable,
  • dreary and uncolored,
  • peculiar, undivided,
  • separate and eternal,
  • it individual,
  • temperate and fairly happy,
  • placid and well-balanced,
  • pampered and voluptuous,
  • unbroken, easy,
  • effortless emotional,
  • mundane corporal,
  • apparently easy and indolent,
  • innocent and monotonous,
  • dreary and narrow,
  • solitary and mostly silent,
  • desultory and degraded,
  • germanic historical,
  • placid and jovial,
  • pampered and easier,
  • fickle and purposeless,
  • childless, barren,
  • otherwise lurid,
  • grand independent,
  • demonstrable historical,
  • satisfactory national,
  • lonely peaceful,
  • substantial or substantive,
  • negative and unreal,
  • purely negative and unreal,
  • troubled and shaky,
  • gusty, fierce,
  • circumscribed and yet peaceful,
  • miserable maimed,
  • long or prosperous,
  • studious and independent,
  • otherwise shady,
  • dreary uneventful,
  • purposeless, unprofitable,
  • quiet unmolested,
  • visible nor tangible,
  • definite corporeal,
  • amazingly irresponsible,
  • actual, aboriginal,
  • probably simultaneous,
  • mysterious, piratical,
  • petty and monotonous,
  • weary, stagnant,
  • certainly unpicturesque,
  • definite static,
  • humiliating and uncertain,
  • tolerably care-free,
  • fictitious ephemeral,
  • quiet, claustral,
  • strange former,
  • idle monotonous,
  • partly parasitic,
  • parasitic or partly parasitic,
  • servile and apologetic,
  • narrow, everyday,
  • dark, sorry,
  • dingy work-a-day,
  • inane, idle,
  • unsuccessful, commonplace,
  • stagnant, purposeless,
  • wretched, wearisome,
  • shadowy, weary,
  • inanimate academic,
  • dreary, obscure,
  • exciting tense,
  • well-placed congenial,
  • lazy, apathetic,
  • solitary, joyless,
  • cramped, intimate,
  • dreamy idle,
  • solitary and precarious,
  • monotonous, colorless,
  • mystical double,
  • terrible, sordid,
  • prosaic, humiliating,
  • military, nomadic,
  • fugitive separate,
  • hollow, miserable,
  • once tranquil and happy,
  • virtuous and perfect,
  • earlier infantile,
  • poetical, paradisaical,
  • certain and contingent,
  • inactive, sedentary,
  • miserable and deleterious,
  • migratory, wretched,
  • orderly civic,
  • free and inconsequential,
  • rather free and inconsequential,
  • gilded and ephemeral,
  • sunny, barbarous,
  • luxurious and amorous,
  • short national,
  • vagrant and precarious,
  • slightly protracted,
  • feverish, exciting,
  • spiritual or elemental,
  • precarious and often difficult,
  • apparent independent,
  • poetical, ideal,
  • easy pleasurable,
  • lusty and prolific,
  • present-day strenuous,
  • young bearish,
  • powerful, social,
  • independent, social and political,
  • bourgeois every-day,
  • quiet and rather eccentric,
  • every-day, outdoor,
  • conspicuous and separate,
  • surprisingly quiet and unobtrusive,
  • past terrestrial,
  • blissful and undisturbed,
  • monotonous and routine,
  • rather monotonous and routine,
  • definite corporate,
  • delightful and thoroughly restful,
  • facile, slipshod,
  • care-free, sensuous,
  • new and quite perfect,
  • hitherto tranquil and happy,
  • lower and purely physical,
  • precarious and ignoble,
  • placid but noisy,
  • bustling and actual,
  • thoughtless and care-free,
  • prodigious british,
  • care-free, savage,
  • genuine and irreducible,
  • wretched solitary,
  • twin, boyish,
  • mythological or metaphysical,
  • personal or phenomenal,
  • previous god-like,
  • industrious ministerial,
  • subordinate, unorganized,
  • substantial or personal,
  • inactive shadowy,
  • personal or corporeal,
  • pre-existence or previous,
  • complete divine,
  • buoyant poetic,
  • ignominious, foamy,
  • would-be ideal,
  • relative and external,
  • selfish, unprofitable,
  • non-phenomenal or abstract,
  • hence independent,
  • independent and intrinsic,
  • charitable, unchanging,
  • quiet and comparatively harmless,
  • free and complex,
  • cramped and solemn,
  • joyless and weary,
  • easy, bread-and-butter,
  • wretched connubial,
  • trifling, bustling,
  • political national,
  • actual, diachronic,
  • true and perceptible,
  • simple fantastical,
  • permanent regimental,
  • tranquil and unpretentious,
  • momentary and ephemeral,
  • previous useful,
  • brighter and still brighter,
  • unfamiliar and irrelevant,
  • separate and perpetual,
  • permanent or absolute,
  • prior extra-corporeal,
  • subsequent corporeal,
  • dependent, relative,
  • monkishly cloistered,
  • other fuller,
  • former fascinating,
  • corporate and independent,
  • just external,
  • immaterial or psychical,
  • tawdry inflamed,
  • professedly simple,
  • relative, contingent,
  • full, operative,
  • wondrous transitory,
  • mere precarious,
  • self-enclosed, psychical,
  • sovereign individual,
  • vicarious matrimonial,
  • entirely independent and separate,
  • short-lived pleasant,
  • oriental makeshift,
  • actual and extensive,
  • un-emotional,
  • outward un-emotional,
  • merely meteoric,
  • perpetually perturbed,
  • brief and perpetually perturbed,
  • exclusive, distinctive,
  • long, popular,
  • substantive and persistent,
  • laborious and tranquil,
  • virile, courageous,
  • hopelessly distinct,
  • mysteriously problematical,
  • poverty-stricken, vicious,
  • civilised and innocuous,
  • unconditioned and primal,
  • enviable and carefree,
  • wasteful and aimless,
  • entirely carefree,
  • noblest external,
  • maddening, humiliating,
  • brutish and often short,
  • secondhand but very real,
  • totally degrading,
  • unfulfilled, mundane,
  • solitary, introspective,
  • so-called, refined,
  • sane and gratifying,
  • terrible dual,
  • careful such,
  • hardscrabble and ignominious,
  • barren, stark,
  • solitary, barren,
  • uneventful, solitary,
  • gray and bleak,
  • stable and symbiotic,
  • nomadic, noninstrumental,
  • active and sensible,
  • pointless, empty,
  • absolutely vacant,
  • nice vegetative,
  • altogether unsatisfying,
  • sedentary, refined,
  • virtually pre-industrial,
  • own, meager,
  • sadly cold and stern,
  • transitory and nomadic,
  • modest mediocre,
  • healthful pleasant,
  • wicked and parasitic,
  • insincere, wicked and parasitic,
  • deeply drowsy,
  • calm and deeply drowsy,
  • abusive, incestuous,
  • infinite, undivided,
  • unsophisticated open-air,
  • ephemeral and mock,
  • tranquil, indolent,
  • swollen, foul,
  • economically self-contained,
  • real and eventful,
  • perfectly real and eventful,
  • cramped or unnatural,
  • precarious and degraded,
  • faint and precarious,
  • brilliant and short,
  • partial and moral,
  • present or even former,
  • entire antisocial,
  • well-regulated, purposive,
  • hitherto underground,
  • independent, national,
  • ever present and continuous,
  • general and imaginary,
  • hitherto deplorable,
  • misshapen, wholesale,
  • literal or concrete,
  • vegetative, unnatural,
  • theoretically possible and worthy,
  • aimless and nomadic,
  • rather aimless and nomadic,
  • precarious and often wretched,
  • wild, carefree,
  • solitary and laborious,
  • active, ardent and happy,
  • political, individual,
  • useful and enviable,
  • contingent, temporal,
  • effortless human,
  • independent temporary,
  • endless temporal,
  • practical separate,
  • pompous and voluptuous,
  • indefinite shadowy,
  • weird and truculent,
  • sinless, spiritual,
  • spiritual, individual,
  • purely natural and corporeal,
  • weary, inactive,
  • present expansive,
  • far-off anterior,
  • merely artificial or conventional,
  • precarious and too brief,
  • previous or actual,
  • commonplace daytime,
  • adventurous sicilian,
  • shallow, degrading,
  • terrestrial separate,
  • sterile and troubled,
  • extensional, spatial,
  • complete unitary,
  • real and extramental,
  • contingent actual,
  • painful and imperfect,
  • selfish, poor and unprofitable,
  • concrete and independent,
  • long deathless,
  • uneventful, unobserved,
  • easy-going, well-financed,
  • bitterly familiar and true,
  • bitterly familiar,
  • monotonous, methodical,
  • whole, fortunate,
  • superfluous, painful and expensive,
  • single phenomenal,
  • real and rather pitiable,
  • bare and pitiful,
  • mentally pictorial,
  • natural and particular,
  • loving and self-sacrificing,
  • actual and literary,
  • brilliant but idle,
  • laborious and precarious,
  • unfathomably miserable,
  • military or secular,
  • exceptional or remarkable,
  • unsubstantial and hopeless,
  • everlasting universal,
  • ephemeral and horrible,
  • fairly painless,
  • seemingly self-centered,
  • necessary and external,
  • definite secret,
  • civil and real,
  • whole responsible,
  • present stolid,
  • normal autonomous,
  • individual, endless,
  • personal phenomenal,
  • actual and late,
  • unsettled, forlorn,
  • commonplace bourgeois,
  • sensible and ideal,
  • ultimate necessary,
  • immediate, abstract,
  • peaceable, respectable,
  • restless and vagrant,
  • dull and contemplative,
  • shabby and barren,
  • singularly placid and happy,
  • cleaner and higher,
  • completely fruitful,
  • virtuous and frugal,
  • placid, indoor,
  • eventful and passionate,
  • drowsy, dull,
  • trivial, human,
  • soft and poetical,
  • miserable bohemian,
  • refined or graceful,
  • healthy, complete,
  • preferred passive,
  • snotty past,
  • cozy, smug,
  • strange, transitory,
  • primitive, quasi-tribal,
  • primitive, hard,
  • odious, ungratified,
  • queer, degraded,
  • affluent, easy,
  • vast and regal,
  • full and self-contained,
  • semireal,
  • peaceful and very feminine,
  • bleak, unbearable,
  • desperate and short,
  • squalid, pointless,
  • comfortable paper-pushing,
  • uneventful, sedentary,
  • severe, monastic,
  • miserable but independent,
  • new finite,
  • tranquil and unruffled,
  • present and precarious,
  • laborious, simple,
  • inert fragmentary,
  • miserably passive,
  • hard-pressed and bitter,
  • old precarious,
  • now simultaneous,
  • previous and now simultaneous,
  • wild, adventuresome,
  • comfortable, lengthy,
  • unencumbered and careless,
  • unbroken conventual,
  • financially easy,
  • tangible, separate,
  • desultorily studious,
  • frugal and silent,
  • hazardous, cruel,
  • miserable and sorrowful,
  • needy corporeal,
  • quite real and personal,
  • extraordinary dual,
  • merriest, dirtiest,
  • permanent corporate,
  • expensive but ephemeral,
  • copious, opulent,
  • limited and individual,
  • uneventful, provincial,
  • former stratified,
  • leisurely fine,
  • separate and strange,
  • gay and affluent,
  • mobile, natural,
  • particular sensuous,
  • refined, vicious,
  • short and merely fleeting,
  • wayward, haphazard,
  • mobile, many-sided,
  • boundless, inexhaustible,
  • successful commonplace,
  • brief, irresponsible,
  • opaque and shadowy,
  • easy-going seaside,
  • precarious mendicant,
  • durable and monumental,
  • merely mineral,
  • quasi-tribal,
  • stormy and passionate,
  • however wretched,
  • dreary and interminable,
  • healthy and unfettered,
  • aloof and mysterious,
  • indolent, happy,
  • old insipid,
  • henceforth thine,
  • lonely useless,
  • invariable and uninterrupted,
  • pre-temporal,
  • large and tangible,
  • old aimless,
  • nameless, unsuspected,
  • obscure and inglorious,
  • strictly aquatic,
  • rustic poetical,
  • mechanical and instinctive,
  • placid scientific,
  • negative, worthless,
  • drowsy and secret,
  • pre-terrestrial,
  • perfectly finite,
  • possibly gentler,
  • happy and not undesirable,
  • entirely real-life,
  • rough, unstructured,
  • monotonous and meaningless,
  • adorable and delightful,
  • empty, sad,
  • brief and full,
  • tranquil and undisturbed,
  • tiresome and unexciting,
  • separate, hypothetical,
  • external or absolute,
  • external absolute,
  • joyless mere,
  • real, desolate,
  • already joyless,
  • successful and respectable,
  • strange, limited,
  • modern everyday,
  • mere tranquil,
  • easy and undisturbed,
  • languid, inert,
  • painful, despairing,
  • idle, childless,
  • mobile, functional,
  • entire immature,
  • prospective romantic,
  • imperfect and dangerous,
  • effective and undeniable,
  • hard and materially empty,
  • prosaic, uncomplicated,
  • permanent expatriate,
  • fugitive and turbulent,
  • carefree, pampered,
  • uncomfortably barbaric,
  • satisfying, happy,
  • incandescent and satisfying,
  • curiously incandescent and satisfying,
  • curiously incandescent,
  • enormously fast-paced and frenetic,
  • enormously fast-paced,
  • shocking clandestine,
  • former momentary,
  • drowsy, indolent,
  • longer conscious,
  • independent substantial,
  • otherwise circumscribed,
  • cosmopolitan and blissful,
  • commonplace and unmolested,
  • cheerful commonplace,
  • seeming spontaneous,
  • completely monastic,
  • fast-paced and frenetic,
  • independent traditional,
  • obscure animal,
  • gray and hopeless,
  • normal, day-to-day,
  • solitary and unhappy,
  • normal, productive,
  • tough sordid,
  • wayward and impatient,
  • faint and bare,
  • endless pastel,
  • spiritually collective,
  • hard, combative,
  • absolute or external,
  • eventful and heroic,
  • hard, commonplace,
  • absolute and indestructible,
  • mediveval,
  • slow mineral,
  • simple, uncluttered,
  • precarious nomadic,
  • unspeakably happy,
  • hard and primitive,
  • independent and feverishly busy,
  • grotesque social,
  • easy, unchanging,
  • brisk uncertain,
  • foul, empty,
  • day-to-day squalid,
  • materially empty,
  • murderously amoral,
  • pedestrian, day-to-day,
  • supernatural and wonderful,
  • false dual,
  • independent, inalienable,
  • wholly bucolic,
  • mysterious and delectable,
  • tedious and uninteresting,
  • useful and busy,
  • turbulent and tragic,
  • separate and real,
  • real corporate,
  • almost vegetative,
  • mostly sedentary,
  • possible or even probable,
  • former actual,
  • substantial and impossible,
  • equally substantial and impossible,
  • sad, pallid,
  • dreary former,
  • somewhat indulgent,
  • constitutional and legitimate,
  • pastoral, simple,
  • thy feverish,
  • less corporeal,
  • seal, perpetual,
  • expensive and useful,
  • current empty,
  • trivial sordid,
  • unworthy mutinous,
  • previous day-by-day,
  • volitional and muscular,
  • entire immortal,
  • bare and brutish,
  • easy, romantic,
  • uncertain, strenuous,
  • hearty animal,
  • own phenomenal,
  • everyday person-to-person,
  • tranquil private,
  • comfortable physical,
  • separate conscious,
  • useless, lecherous,
  • gratuitous total,
  • formative material,
  • dreamy rural,
  • important corporeal,
  • rich physical,
  • own sentient,
  • human bloody,
  • aimless and stupid,
  • rather aimless and stupid,
  • tranquil bloodthirsty,
  • brilliant and miserable,
  • spontaneous massive.
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