Definition of nonexistent:
- "Ministry of Disturbance", Henry Beam Piper.
There is a vale between expediency and the convenience of posterity, a mid- ground which enables men surely to benefit the hereafter people by valiantly advancing the present; and the point is that, if some laborers live in unhealthy tenements in Cornwall, one is likely to view with incomplete satisfaction the record of long and patient labor and thought displayed by an eight- foot drain for a nonexistent, impossible rivulet in the North.- "Men, Women, and Boats", Stephen Crane.
- "The Child Under Eight", E.R. Murray and Henrietta Brown Smith.