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Coessential
Coessential Co`es*sen"tial, a. Partaking of the same essence. -- Co`es*sen"tial*ly, adv. We bless and magnify that coessential Spirit, eternally proceeding from both [The Father and the Son]. --Hooker.
Coessentiality
Coessentiality Co`es*sen`ti*al"i*ty (? or ?; 106), n. Participation of the same essence. --Johnson.
Coessentially
Coessential Co`es*sen"tial, a. Partaking of the same essence. -- Co`es*sen"tial*ly, adv. We bless and magnify that coessential Spirit, eternally proceeding from both [The Father and the Son]. --Hooker.
Essential character
5. (Mus.) Necessary; indispensable; -- said of those tones which constitute a chord, in distinction from ornamental or passing tones. 6. (Med.) Idiopathic; independent of other diseases. Essential character (Biol.), the prominent characteristics which serve to distinguish one genus, species, etc., from another. Essential disease, Essential fever (Med.), one that is not dependent on another. Essential oils (Chem.), a class of volatile oils, extracted from plants, fruits, or flowers, having each its characteristic odor, and hot burning taste. They are used in essences, perfumery, etc., and include many varieties of compounds; as lemon oil is a terpene, oil of bitter almonds an aldehyde, oil of wintergreen an ethereal salt, etc.; -- called also volatile oils in distinction from the fixed or nonvolatile.
Essential disease
5. (Mus.) Necessary; indispensable; -- said of those tones which constitute a chord, in distinction from ornamental or passing tones. 6. (Med.) Idiopathic; independent of other diseases. Essential character (Biol.), the prominent characteristics which serve to distinguish one genus, species, etc., from another. Essential disease, Essential fever (Med.), one that is not dependent on another. Essential oils (Chem.), a class of volatile oils, extracted from plants, fruits, or flowers, having each its characteristic odor, and hot burning taste. They are used in essences, perfumery, etc., and include many varieties of compounds; as lemon oil is a terpene, oil of bitter almonds an aldehyde, oil of wintergreen an ethereal salt, etc.; -- called also volatile oils in distinction from the fixed or nonvolatile.
Essential fever
5. (Mus.) Necessary; indispensable; -- said of those tones which constitute a chord, in distinction from ornamental or passing tones. 6. (Med.) Idiopathic; independent of other diseases. Essential character (Biol.), the prominent characteristics which serve to distinguish one genus, species, etc., from another. Essential disease, Essential fever (Med.), one that is not dependent on another. Essential oils (Chem.), a class of volatile oils, extracted from plants, fruits, or flowers, having each its characteristic odor, and hot burning taste. They are used in essences, perfumery, etc., and include many varieties of compounds; as lemon oil is a terpene, oil of bitter almonds an aldehyde, oil of wintergreen an ethereal salt, etc.; -- called also volatile oils in distinction from the fixed or nonvolatile.
Essential oils
5. (Mus.) Necessary; indispensable; -- said of those tones which constitute a chord, in distinction from ornamental or passing tones. 6. (Med.) Idiopathic; independent of other diseases. Essential character (Biol.), the prominent characteristics which serve to distinguish one genus, species, etc., from another. Essential disease, Essential fever (Med.), one that is not dependent on another. Essential oils (Chem.), a class of volatile oils, extracted from plants, fruits, or flowers, having each its characteristic odor, and hot burning taste. They are used in essences, perfumery, etc., and include many varieties of compounds; as lemon oil is a terpene, oil of bitter almonds an aldehyde, oil of wintergreen an ethereal salt, etc.; -- called also volatile oils in distinction from the fixed or nonvolatile.
Essentiality
Essentiality Es*sen`ti*al"i*ty, n. The quality of being essential; the essential part. --Jer. Taylor.
Inessential
Inessential In`es*sen"tial, a. [Pref. in- not + essential: cf. F. inessentiel.] 1. Having no essence or being. --H. Brooke. The womb of inessential Naught. --Shelley. 2. Not essential; unessential.
Nonessential
Nonessential Non`es*sen"tial, n. A thing not essential.
Nonessential
Nonessential Non`es*sen"tial, a. Not essential.
Quintessential
Quintessential Quin`tes*sen"tial, a. Of the nature of a quintessence; purest. ``Quintessential extract of mediocrity.' --G. Eliot.
Superessential
Superessential Su`per*es*sen"tial, a. Essential above others, or above the constitution of a thing. --J. Ellis.
Unessential
Unessential Un`es*sen"tial, a. 1. Not essential; not of prime importance; not indispensable; unimportant. --Addison. 2. Void of essence, or real being. [R.] --Milton.
Unessential
Unessential Un`es*sen"tial, n. Something not constituting essence, or something which is not of absolute necessity; as, forms are among the unessentials of religion.
Unessentially
Unessentially Un`es*sen"tial*ly, adv. In an unessential manner.

Meaning of Essential from wikipedia

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