Exist [verb]

Definition of Exist:

be living

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Sentence/Example of Exist:

If you’re looking to upgrade your existing machine, you can usually find options that are easy to install yourself.

These differences exist even as about 2 in 3 Americans, including clear majorities across partisan lines, say the United States should play an active role in the world.

They can’t figure out how they are going to deal with the corruption that exists within the system.

Both fine smoke particles and the coronavirus can be captured by a class of air filters known as MERV-13, which can be installed in many existing heating and air conditioning systems.

Trainor said that while voting by mail has existed for many decades, “this wholesale of just mailing out ballots to anybody and everybody — I think is going to cause mass confusion as we get towards Election Day.”

Add those factors, and, boom, throw however many points you want on top of existing poll numbers.

Pacific Campers out of San Diego offers all-in Ram ProMaster City campers, vehicle included, for $38,900, and Colorado-based Contra Vans will upfit your existing Ford Transit Connect with options ranging from $6,000 to $15,000.

It now has the Neural Engine, which typically only existed in the higher-end models.

The appetite for buying existing corporate bonds or lending new money evaporated.

When I can cease to remember that the sun shines, that I exist—then, perhaps, I may forget you; but not till then.