more transitory[ tran-si-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, -zi- ]SEE DEFINITION OF more transitory
Synonyms for more transitory
- going by
Antonyms for more transitory
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE TRANSITORY
Even the more transitory characteristics of the scene were the same as in bygone days.
Their emotions are more transitory, but frequently more violent while they last.
Even the more transitory characteristics of the scene were the same as in by-gone days.
The same may be said, in a more transitory sense, of Flaubert, the great renovator and refiner of Romanticism.
The flying fish are fish out of water in a somewhat different and more transitory sense.
Both the stories show a talent of the first rank, but of the two the beauty of "Atala" is of the more transitory kind.
But the works of man are more transitory, and in them there is a great change.