Definition of "in essence" [in essence]

  • Essentially. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "in essence" in a sentence
  • "The kabalistic approach is in essence mathematical."
  • "The figure is intended to be strikingly reminiscent of a complex electronic or computer-logic circuit, because in essence that is what genetic circuits are."
  • "Being emotionally unavailable is in essence when someone lacks what we call emotional intelligencethe ability to recognize how you and others feel and to use the information to create relationships."