ephemeral[ ih-fem-er-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF ephemeral
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EPHEMERAL
And what are the haughtiest of us, but the ephemeral aristocrats of a summer's day?
Life is precarious as the fall of a die at best an ephemeral business.
Must not the fame that is instantaneous prove hollow and ephemeral?
Some readers may smile at the notion of taking seriously these ephemeral productions.
And so of children's play-books as well as their work-books; these are as ephemeral as their other toys.
They were, no doubt, chiefly of a pantomimic and ephemeral kind.
But like all dunghill products, the life of these was ephemeral.
Some seek eternal beauty, and place their ephemeral life in the infinite.
For a pitiable and ephemeral chase after happiness, which you call honour and freedom.
Our present ephemeral dandy is akin to the maccaroni of my earlier days.