fleeting

[ flee-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF fleeting

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Each moment in history is a fleeting time, precious and unique.

The girl looked up for a second with another of her fleeting, stealthy glances.

I was palsied with doubt, and the golden moments were fleeting, were fleeting.

Oh, there had been moments all the sweeter and more poignant because they had been so fleeting.

In such a scene none had leisure to note the fleeting moments.

How can it be possible that this world is all a fleeting show?

Inspiration is fleeting, beauty is vain, and the power of the mind for wonder limited.

My fleeting joy was being thrust back by hands most ruthless.

They did not speak for a few moments until he remembered that time was fleeting.

I wrote them after he had gone, and they are the history of my fleeting happiness.

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