esse, sent-, terest-

(Latin: to be)

misrepresenter
omnipresence
omnipresent (adjective) (not comparable)
A reference to being present in all places at all times: Some problems that 90-year-old George has are omnipresent and unavoidable including mental and physical conditions.

So many people are suffering in poverty as an omnipresent existence.

A reference to being present at all times.
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omnipresently
presence
present
presentable
presentably
presentation
presentation
presently
presentment
quatressential
quintessence (s) (noun), quintessences (pl)
1. The most important part of something: A musician told his audience that the quintessence of music is the melody.
2. A perfect example of something: Henry was the quintessence of calmness when his wife Mildred told him that their car had a dent in the fender because someone else had backed into it while it was parked at the supermarket.
3. Etymology: from Latin quinta essentia, "fifth essence."
The most perfect example.
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quintessential
1. Representing the perfect example of a class or quality; a perfect experience.
2. The essence of a thing in its purest and most concentrated form.
3. Being the most typical example or the most important part of something.