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Often taken outside in waterfront locations, the photos capture evanescent moments and things — surf, shadows and twilight — and everyday places and people.
And always in the background, evanescent but, in the end, accountable, is Rupert Murdoch—courted, feared and sometimes loathed.
But that support was evanescent; it's already back below 50%, and probably still falling.
They are imagined as disembodied spirits, and are often visualized as vague or evanescent forms; hence, the white sheet routine.
When he does, for short walks on moonless nights or for the occasional meal, these evanescent periods of freedom are thrilling.
But success in a mission of this size may only bring limited and evanescent political benefits.
There are those who think that this excitement among the people will prove transitory and evanescent.
What a pity that they are as evanescent as the bloom of these flowers and the fragrance they exhale!
Its nature is like opaline dove's-neck lustres, hovering and evanescent.
Splits and rents broke into the margin, and from each streamed the evanescent, azure vapour.
A "brilliant display," we would say, and the observer would be kept busy following the track of the evanescent rays.
On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to evanescent, such as: brief, disappearing, fading, fleeting, momentary, and passing.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.