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The term "inexistent" refers to something that does not exist or is not real.

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1. Not existing; lacking existence.
Example: The rumored treasure turned out to be inexistent.

2. Not real; lacking reality.
Example: The character in the novel is inexistent, merely a product of the author's imagination.


- The company claimed to provide extraordinary services, but their competence was inexistent.
- The witness provided contradictory statements, making his credibility virtually inexistent.
- His dreams of becoming a movie star were shattered when he discovered his acting skills were inexistent.

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