Absent ( adjective , verb )

(As an adjective)

Absent ( adjective )

  1. Not present.
  2. Not in the usual place.
  3. Not in attendance.
  4. Lacking or missing.

Origin:

From latin absentem, present participle of absēns "being away".

Examples:

  1. He was absent from school today.
  2. She was absent from the meeting.
  3. The absent students were noted on the roll call.
  4. His absence from the party was conspicuous.
  5. The absent piece in the puzzle made it impossible to complete.

(As a verb)

Absent ( verb )

  1. Not present.
  2. Not in the usual place.
  3. Not in attendance.
  4. Lacking or missing.

Origin:

From latin absentem, present participle of absēns "being away".

Examples:

  1. He was absent from school today.
  2. She was absent from the meeting.
  3. The absent students were noted on the roll call.
  4. His absence from the party was conspicuous.
  5. The absent piece in the puzzle made it impossible to complete.
Some random words: incorrigible, lineal, sandstorm