Associations to the word «Presence»
PRESENCE, noun. The fact or condition of being present, or of being within sight or call, or at hand.
PRESENCE, noun. The part of space within one's immediate vicinity.
PRESENCE, noun. A quality of poise and effectiveness that enables a performer to achieve a close relationship with his audience.
PRESENCE, noun. Something (as a spirit) felt or believed to be present.
PRESENCE, noun. A company's business activity in a particular market.
PRESENCE, noun. The state of being closely focused on the here and now, not distracted by irrelevant thoughts
PRESENCE, verb. (philosophy) To make or become present.
PRESENCE OF MIND, noun. Focused alertness, quick-thinking resourcefulness, stability of thought and feeling, or good sense, especially in spite of circumstances which are distracting, stressful, or otherwise challenging.
PRESENCE, noun. The state of being present; current existence; "he tested for the presence of radon".
PRESENCE, noun. The immediate proximity of someone or something; "she blushed in his presence"; "he sensed the presence of danger"; "he was well behaved in front of company".
PRESENCE, noun. An invisible spiritual being felt to be nearby.
PRESENCE, noun. The impression that something is present; "he felt the presence of an evil force".
PRESENCE, noun. Dignified manner or conduct.
PRESENCE, noun. The act of being present.
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