True Abstracts (UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
As you all might expect, this is a list of every single being who is truly an Abstract. But what you might not know is that it has been created in order to help people distinguish the difference between Abstracts and Extra-Dimensional beings who many ignorant and/or imbecilic people claim to be Abstracts which therefore lead to the creation of spite threads or the placement of false knowledge on wiki pages.
Now, some of you are probably wondering what an Abstract truly is, I'll tell you. By definition, an Abstract is a general concept formed by extracting common features from specific examples. In addition to the list of Abstracts, I am going to provide definitions for the concepts that most Abstracts extract common features from.
Concept DefinitionsNote: Abstracts who embody the concept of 'Oblivion' are actually just embodiments of a different state of Death. In reality, Oblivion is not the term for a state of total nothingness, it is the concept of and the term for "forgetfulness" or "the state of being completely forgotten." Since there is no Abstract in existence who represents the true concept of Oblivion, I will be substituting 'Oblivion' with the word 'Naught'.
- Existence without end, infinite time.
- Existence outside of time. (Philosophical)
- A period of time that extends infinitely far into the future.
- The remainder of time that elapses after death. (Metaphysical)
- A comparatively long time. (Informal, Hyperbolic)
Example of Eternity Definition #5: "It felt like an eternity since I had last held her in my arms."
- Time without end. (In other words, Eternity.)
- Nothing: "A quantity of no importance."
- Zero (Numerical)
- Complete Failure
Examples of Naught Definition #1:
"This is nothing like we have ever seen before."
"All the work we had done was reduced to nil."
"Everything I did was all for nothing."
"We got zilch, zippo, natta, nothing."
- The event of dying or departure from life.
- The permanent death of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism.
- The absence of life or state of being dead.
- The time at which life ends.
- The personification of Death; (You should all know this one.)
- End: a final state.
- The act of killing.
- A state of extreme confusion and disorder.
- The formless and disordered state of matter before the creation of the cosmos.
- The most ancient of Gods; the personification of the infinity of space preceding creation of the universe. (Greek Mythology)
- A dynamical system that is extremely sensitive to its initial conditions. (Physics)
- Order is the exact opposite of Chaos and therefore does not need to be defined unless you want definitions of different aspects of Order unrelated to this article.
- Fury: a feeling of intense anger.
- A state of extreme anger.
- Ramp: Behave violently, as if in a state of great anger.
- Something that is desired intensely.
- A violent state of the elements.
- Feel intense anger.
- Fad: an interest followed with exaggerated zeal.
- An excessive desire to acquire or possess more (especially things of material wealth) than one needs or deserves.
- Avarice: Reprehensible acquisitiveness; an insatiable desire for wealth (which is often personified as one of The Seven Deadly Sins)