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  • unexisting — |ən+ adjective Etymology: un (I) + existing, present participle of exist : nonexistent …   Useful english dictionary

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  • devoid — I adjective bare, barren, bereft of, blank, bleak, deficient, denuded of, deprived of, deserted, desolate, destitute of, empty, empty of, found wanting, ill furnished, ill provided, ill stored, impotent, in default of, in the absence of, in want… …   Law dictionary

  • nonexistent — I adjective chimerical, fancied, fantastic, fantastical, hallucinatory, hypothetical, ideal, illusory, imaginary, imagined, inexistent, legendary, notional, theoretical, unborn, uncreated, unexisting, unreal, visionary II index fictitious,… …   Law dictionary

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  • lacking — Synonyms and related words: absconded, absent, adulterated, arrested, away, bankrupt in, bare of, bereaved, bereaved of, bereft, bereft of, blemished, callow, cut off, damaged, defective, deficient, deleted, denuded, denuded of, departed,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • minus — Synonyms and related words: barring, bereaved, bereaved of, bereft, cut off, decrement, deduction, deficient, denuded, deprived of, devoid, discounting, divested, except, excepting, exception taken of, excluding, exclusive of, existless, from,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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