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Webster

English Word:

extance


English Pronunciation:

ex•tance


Noun:


⇨Etymology

(Latin) extantia, exstantia, a standing out, from exstans, present participle See Extant.


⇨Definition

Outward existence. (obsolete) Sir T. Browne.



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Wiktionary

Etymology:

Latin extantia, exstantia, a standing out, from exstans, present participle. See extant.


Noun:

extance (plural extances) (obsolete, rare) emergence 1682, Sir Thomas Browne, Christian Morals He who hath in his intellect the ideal existences of things and entities before their extances.


Reference:

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