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  • adj.temporary, brief
  • adj.temporary

synonyms for most transient

  • changeable
  • deciduous
  • ephemeral
  • evanescent
  • flash
  • fleeting
  • flitting
  • fly-by-night
  • flying
  • fugacious
  • fugitive
  • going by
  • impermanent
  • insubstantial
  • migrating
  • momentary
  • moving
  • passing
  • provisional
  • short
  • short-lived
  • short-term
  • temporal
  • transmigratory
  • unstable
  • vacating
  • volatile
  • ephemeral
  • fleeting
  • transitory
  • short-term
  • flash
  • temporal
  • flying
  • brief
  • fugitive
  • short
  • volatile
  • passing
  • fly-by-night
  • changeable
  • evanescent
  • flitting
  • impermanent
  • insubstantial
  • momentary
  • moving
  • provisional
  • short-lived
  • unstable
  • fugacious
  • transmigratory
  • deciduous
  • going by
  • migrating
  • vacating
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antonyms for most transient

MOST RELEVANT
  • enduring
  • incessant
  • lasting
  • long-lasting
  • neverending
  • permanent
  • persistent
  • undying
  • lengthy
  • long
  • long-lived
  • perpetual
  • permanent
  • lasting
  • enduring
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As he walked back to his hotel, his head was full of plans for the girl's transient pleasure and lasting benefit.
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He was Gascon to the backbone, and his tongue too often betrayed his most secret and his most transient thoughts.
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To the Indians and the Negroes, tobacco is almost the only solace in this transient life.
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Our fine weather was very transient, for it was raining again when we reached Worcester.
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But the Transient Car bill, as it came to be called, began mysteriously to attract unprecedented attention.
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Kano's transient flowers were grown, for the most part in pots, and these his daughter Um-ko loved to tend.
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It is transient, it will not last—it will not bring reformation—it will never be adequately requited.
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At the time of his transient wealth Couture splendidly maintained Jenny Cadine.
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He would show, by teaching and example, that he valued future good beyond any transient joy.
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It was very offensive to rich and worldly people to be told that their riches and pleasures were transient and worthless.
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